We’re back from a week spent in Salt Lake City at the dōTERRA Convention! What a fun whirlwind it’s been! This was my second time attending the Global Convention – and this time, my husband got to attend with me. He met many of the brilliant, heart-centered humans that I look up to – many… Continue reading Back from the dōTERRA Together 2019 Convention!
This article is also posted on theHomestead.Guru, under the title, Why You Should Say NO More Often and Give Fewer Fucks For many years, I thought that it was my responsibility, my duty, to deep-dive into the most terrible and baffling things, in some mad hope of understanding them in order to transmute them–to bring about… Continue reading Why I don’t owe you an explanation of my NO.
Money is not evil, it’s not corruption, and it’s not actually something that changes people. Money is simply a CURRENCY–like water in a stream. It flows with ease and gentleness wherever it’s not blocked off. It can also rush through like a torrent of destruction, tearing apart the landscape around it with zero remorse. … Continue reading What Money Really Is: An Amplifier & Lubricant
I wrote this in Fall of 2008, when I was in college, and still believed that college was a worthwhile pursuit. Also, I had an aversion to capitalizing anything back then. #sorrynotsorry college is where people go to find themselves. discover things they are passionate about. learn about the things they are interested it, learn… Continue reading On College and Worthlessness (2008 musings)
Did you ever set yourself up for failure or sadness – without even being aware of it? That’s what I almost did this holiday season. Truth be told, I thought I’d have a pretty sad holiday this year. My husband just started a new job, which is a huge blessing, except for one thing…He’ll be… Continue reading Holiday Blessings, Gratitude, and Perspective
It’s been a very strange few…days? Weeks? Months? All of those would actually be correct, albeit in different ways. I have had very little time or inclination for art lately, because of all the odd, busy, and amazing things that have been happening around me. Every time I think I’ve got a handle on… Continue reading Gasoline, Greenhouses, and Other Consuming Topics of Madness