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Remember what's sacred

Remember What’s Sacred

Remember what’s sacred. This phrase keeps coming up for me these days. As a society, I feel that we have lost a sense of sacredness. Sacredness, which is defined as having divine quality or worthy of respect and reverence, seems to be lost in present day life. In our schools. In our families. In our […]

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The Power of The Village

This month as International Women’s Day has come and gone, I have been thinking more and more about the power of women. 2018 has a strong divinely feminine energy. In Numerology it is a 2 year, which means a slower and more nurturing energy. There seems to be a collective need during a 2 year […]

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The magic of minimalism

The Magic of Minimalism

In the past five years, my husband and I have moved six times, two of which were out of state moves. As we have relocated, we have had to make conscious decisions about the stuff that we take, and that which we leave behind. I had heard that minimalism has a magical effect, but it […]

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Embracing the Journey After Lost Innocence

Embracing the Journey After Lost Innocence

Today I took a pregnancy test. And it came back with a bright blue plus sign. A more naive version of me would be rejoicing right now, especially after all the struggle and strife the last year has brought. But I just can’t bring myself there. In my pregnancy loss support group, our facilitator warned […]

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A Letter to My Fellow Teacher Moms

A Letter to My Fellow Teacher Moms

To My Fellow Teacher Moms,  As we embark on a new school year, we start to have anxious dreams, extra long to-do lists, and early wake up calls. Growing up, I remember a Staples commercial that played this time of year with parents celebrating and the Christmas song, “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the […]

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