Episode 11: An Intuitive learns to trust herself

Today I’m getting personal. In this episode, I talk about what a morning in my household looks like (it’s not the perfect morning you might imagine), and then tell you about the one-on-one clairvoyant readings I do and how they’ve helped my clients. I walk you back through parts of my history, back to some of the first spiritual experiences … Read More

What resonates is all we have

Life has felt like it’s been speeding up for me lately. My son, now nine months old, is speed crawling around our tiny living room and standing up on everything. One handed. Just over the weekend, he gave himself a fat lip and two bonks on the head. Before you call any authorities, know that I was standing right there … Read More

How do you show up even when carrying a heavy emotional load?

I’m sitting at a coffee shop with my computer – for the first time since the birth of my son – munching on a chocolate covered biscotti dumped in a dry cappuccino (you know, healthy things) and trying to drum up the spark of something to write to you. Some lesson, some glimmer of wisdom, some nugget of truth. Something. But the truth … Read More

A personal story about shame and separating from it

I entered the midwives office excited and hopeful. At almost 24 weeks pregnant, with a very active baby boy inside of me, I was getting excited for the later parts of pregnancy and for preparing for birth. After some trial and error, I had even found an old sundress that still fit over my expanded boobs and belly. I felt … Read More

Give Perfectionism the Back Seat

When I was a child, I was afraid of doing anything wrong. The worst thing I thought that could happen was disappointing someone I cared about, getting in trouble or hurting someone. As a child, this trait made me obedient. As an adult, this trait made me a perfectionist. What I didn’t understand as a young adult was that perfectionism … Read More

SIBO Update #2 – Managing the Holidays

Well, Thanksgiving happened. How did all you SIBO sufferers do? I did okay, but it was difficult. Because of the incredibly restrictive diet I’m on, it was very challenging to stick to it during a feast which was shared by family and for which I only did about 10% of the cooking (I made the pies). As I looked at the … Read More