Thank you so much to everyone who has streamed and downloaded “When I’m Gone” and watched the music video! If you haven’t heard it yet, you can listen to “When I’m Gone” on Spotify, iTunes/Apple Music, Amazon, or Google Play! What a fun song this was to create. I wanted to tell you a little
Ahh! I always feel like a kid on Christmas when I finally get to share new music with y’all! I started writing “When I’m Gone” a couple of years ago and let it sit (or marinate, as we like to say) for a while. With some encouragement from my husband, I decide to dust it
Words are powerful. Some of the most common questions I receive are about having the courage to put yourself and your work out into the world, and how to deal with criticism from other Get Grounded I used to let the opinions of others really affect me and my feelings of worthiness around writing, sharing
What does exercising have to do with creativity? Everything! Next time you’re feeling stuck, stressed, or in a rut, go get some exercise. It doesn’t have to be anything crazy. No P90X necessary, here! It can be as simple as a walk around the block to clear your head and help you breathe more deeply.
If you’ve followed me for a while, you know how much I love to remind myself and you that what we have and who we are right now is enough! Enter this book that discusses just that! My girl Miranda Anderson from Live Free Creative just released “More Than Enough” – a book documenting her
How do YOU prioritize your life, ? Most of us have more on our plates than we can possibly get to. It’s up to each of us decide which thing are essential and important, and which things we can say goodbye to or save for later. So how do know what to prioritize? Put first
How often do you let yourself be still? We live in the busiest time this world has ever seen! At times it can feel overwhelming to have so many things vying for our attention every second of every day. “Be still and know that I am God. Psalm 46:10 One way to find balance in
All I want to do right now is sit down with my YA fiction novel and read for a couple of hours. Is that a terrible way to spend my time? Certainly not! But I’ve been actively trying to create before I consume each day, and devouring pages of a book about teenage fairies most
I’m so excited to share a book that I’ve been loving this month with you. Janice Kaplan’s The Gratitude Diaries! As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, I’ve been focusing on living more gratefully these past few months, and this book has been an amazing way to increase my awareness of the abundance in my life.