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5 Ways You Can Thrive in the Liminal Space

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5 Ways You Can Thrive in the Liminal Space

I’ve taken a break from writing articles in the past several months. While I enjoyed the break, it was also very necessary. I had found myself in the midst of a great deal of change, mixed with some uncertainty, chaos, excitement, confusion, and a lack of inspiration. So it became a conscious decision to hit pause and surrender. Eventually, somewhere in all of that, I recalled a concept that perfectly describe where I had landed…

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The Funny Thing About Intuition

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The Funny Thing About Intuition

Have you ever been really mad at yourself for making a decision that you secretly knew wasn't going to deliver the magical improvement you'd hoped it would? 

Perhaps you enrolled in a disappointing class, accepted a job offer that was all wrong for you, or developed a serious case of "food envy" at your favorite restaurant? And all because you or someone else suggested that it was time to try something new?What's worse is: YOU KNEW YOU WERE GOING TO BE DISAPPOINTED the very second you got on board with it.

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6 Best Ways to Reconnect with the Real You

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6 Best Ways to Reconnect with the Real You

Connection is what we're all here for: connection to our friends, our partners, our family, our children, and that ever elusive self that is sitting here reading this blog post.When connection is ruptured it can be the most painful experience we have ever known, showing up as grief and loss over illness, death, divorce, or some other end to relationship or way of being. In these times, we know with certainty what has been lost. Other ruptures can be quite subtle, slowly ushering in a sense of all-over discomfort, like a low-grade fever you know, that something's-just-not-right kind of feeling? 

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One Easy Way to Fit Creativity Back into Your Life

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One Easy Way to Fit Creativity Back into Your Life

You're a busy parent whose finish line is the kiddos' bedtime, and your reward is a couple episodes of the latest Netflix series, and then lights out. You'd love to have time to be more creative and reflective in your daily life. But: time, energy, space. Journaling's not your thing. I get it. 

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