My life changed two weeks ago. I mean completely changed. My brother came for a visit and brought our dad with him. Now keep in mind I haven’t seen my father in 15 years! Remember how I shared aboutt my step-mother who died last year? Well, she was the gate-keeper and
I am in a tsunami of change. My book goes for pre-sale this coming Friday, which means everything related to that MUST be completed. My website is getting redone. (Don’t look yet, it’s not finished! Ok, look, IF you’re going to go peek, then don’t say I didn’t warn you.)
Building a spiritual business is such a beautiful, sacred and sometimes frustrating process! Because it seems like it can take so much to get where you are generating good money. Consistent money. Abundant money. And what happens when it seems to take so long, we want to just quit! We wonder “Why the heck
Money hate. Money fear. Money panic. It’s no fun. Worrying about whether you’re going to have enough money left over each month, or worrying about whether you’ll be able to pay for everything you need (much less want) – well, that kinda sucks. Feeling like “I hate money!” or “I hate dealing with
Looking back, well, it all started with a dream. When I was in my 20s, I saw some horses that were being neglected. While I called the authorities, not much was done and I felt very helpless. My desire to rescue helpless animals was cemented in that experience. Fast forward
Last fall, I shared about rescuing a horse from a kill pen in Pennsylvania (you can read about that on my website here: “This is for Black Beauty” if you missed it.) His name is Sir Galahad (now) and he is doing well, happily being boarded in Pennsylvania, and patiently waiting for
On January 15, 2019, I will be celebrating the co-creation of my beautiful husband and partner in my life. We will also be celebrating his birthday. I say I created my husband on January 15, 2003, because, well, I did. You see, in 2003, I was coming out of a
Today is moving day for our family. By the time you read this, the movers will be loading the truck with all of our treasures and taking them to our new home. It’s a typical story, right? Except it isn’t. Maybe because it’s my story I think it’s particularly fascinating.