Spirit Junkies – Grounding Heaven On Earth

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  “A spirit junkie is someone who chooses to perceive the world through loving lenses.” – Gabrielle Bernstein  It used to perplex me how I made it to mid-life and had not become addicted to anything. Where so many people … Continued

The Art of Chillin’ – Balm For The Soul

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  In the summer months, I freelance as a Bed and Breakfast host and Innkeeper. I love this work and it is hard work, yet it suits my inner being while also giving me most afternoons and evenings to pursue writing … Continued

How To Feel Rich And Real – The New R & R of Our Times

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It’s a rather volatile time on the planet right now. Is there anyone who is not feeling this energy? It’s manifesting as feelings of extreme hyperactivity in the mind which may be producing quite the roller coaster of emotions. With the sudden … Continued

How To Live The Life You Love – Begin Now

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One of my favorite thoughts that I have permanently downloaded into the computer that’s called my mind is, “we create our own joy.”  Doesn’t thinking this thought make you feel good?  It does me, and I am forever reminding myself of … Continued

Simple Ways To Improve Your Writing – 5 Tips That May Surprise You

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So often when we think of becoming a better writer or how to write well, our minds will automatically zero in on things like grammar, structure, or the so called  ‘rules’ of writing. My idea of writing well has always been … Continued

Writers and Coffee – A Match Made In Heaven

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Writers have an almost crazed reputation for being notorious coffee drinkers, and I would venture to guess there isn’t another group of people who have a closer association with drinking copious amounts of the brew than writers. There are a lot of writers … Continued

Writing Close To The Bone – Part Two

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I am sitting in a cozy chair in the living room while I begin writing close to the bone. I can hear the tic…tic of the clock on the wall. The sound of the fridge humming in the background is almost soothing. … Continued