self-compassion & racial justice

First off… To all my BIPOC readers, I love you. I stand with you in the imperfect, never enough, WAYYYYY too late ways I can. I will follow your lead. I will learn from you. I will amplify your voices. I will do the work. I will fuck up. I will do this so you […]

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How Much Can You Love Yourself?

You’re invited on a journey inwardto discover how much self-love is possible. Whether you’ve been practicing a self-care ritual for quite some time, or are curious about learning more, this challenge is for you. Let me break it down for you by pressing play below… When you sign up for the How Much Can You Love Yourself? challenge, […]

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A Wise, Compassionate Response to COVID-19

If you have come here to help me, you are wasting your time. But if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together. – Lilla Watson These are deeply unsettling times. We are witnessing a global pandemic ravage our normalcy, our economy, our human decency. The breakdown […]

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5 Practices for Self-Compassion

This is my life’s work: to again and again make a U-turn towards self-compassion. To clear with my machete the brush and the bramble of delusion, self-hatred, fear and suffering that blocks my path to self-love. When I discovered this capacity within myself, my life changed. When I remember its power, I am truly free. […]

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Stay Home Self-Care: Turning Anxiety into Nourishment During COVID-19

Dear Ones, how things have changed since my last blog post! Jon and I were mid-move into our new house when I got the call that my sister had gone into labor. We had been planning on me being present for the birth, so I hopped on a plane to the Twin Cities. My amazing […]

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