Archive for January 2014

letting go of musturbation

January 30, 2014

I’m letting go of the ‘musts’. Those sneaky little bugger thoughts that eat away at joy. The thoughts that I’ve failed, if I haven’t reached some nominal, unrealistic standard I set for myself. Insidious stories I tell myself that if something isn’t the exact way I imagined it, I’ve done it wrong. Musts are made […]

soundtrack to your life interview | tammy strobel

January 24, 2014

Having bonded as POFs (parents of furs) on Instagram, I’m thrilled to introduce the very fabulous Tammy Strobel for this month’s Soundtrack Interview. Tammy lives a very tiny house in northern California, with her husband, Logan, and two cats (just the essentials!) A writer, photographer, and teacher, Tammy’s first book, ‘You Can Buy Happiness (and It’s Cheap): How One Woman Radically Simplified […]

a squee-filled announcement: Let it Go is open!

January 21, 2014

You know those thoughts that flutter like birds in your mind? The ones that say you aren’t: enough, loveable, whole, fit, abundant, free, successful, strong, beautiful, joyful, unlimited, powerful, creative, expansive, sexy, {insert your thought here} . . .  *ends with dramatic flourish*? I want to live in a world where we no longer believe […]

tales from the coaching couch ~ episode one: envy

January 16, 2014

I am delighted to bring you the first episode of new monthly video series. In ‘Tales from the Coaching Couch’ I’m sharing ideas and coaching tools around a specific topic – the idea is to start some conscious conversations. As always, I am hoping to be useful and interesting, so I’m totally open to your […]

top tips for bringing your WOTY to life

January 13, 2014

Badger: the postercat for ease I’ve spent the last two weeks getting curious about and how I can give my my WOTY (Word of the Year) a playful nudge out of the starting blocks. There is something really powerful about setting an intention – it  brings clarity and solidity to what can be for me, […]

my word (with wings)

January 02, 2014

My word for this year is: ease. This innocent sounding little word has been fluttering around me for months now, and somewhat ironically, it feels like a challenge. It seems I have quite a lot of resistance to the concept of ease; I experience disproportionate levels of discomfort when things are easy. The legacy of all […]