Book Review: 31 Days of Serving My Husband
My dear friend Ashley Urke from Domestic Fashionista just released her second book based on her popular blog series, and I was one of the lucky few to snag an advance copy. Woo hoo! 31 Days of Serving My Husband: The Devotional is a daily workbook designed to help modern women have the type of…Read More
New! Find Your Answers in the Library
One of my favorite things to do is to curl up on the couch and bury my head in a good book. I bet you love losing yourself in a fabulous story too. I get most of my reading material from the local library because I can’t say no to free resources. It’s also a…Read More
To the Man on His Cell Phone in the Temple
Dear Sir, Sundays are my time to reconnect with myself and the greater purpose of my life, and one of the ways I love to do that is by attending services at the local Buddhist temple. And I bet you’re looking start your week off in a Zen state of mind too since I encountered…Read More
Question of the Week: Where Do You Feel Most at Peace?
Sometimes life can be kind of crummy, and you just want to crawl under a rock and cry. Or eat Twizzlers. Or both. (Side note: check this out if you’re having a bad day, and watch this if you need to give yourself permission to cry.) But when I’m feeling all mixed up and grumpy,…Read More
What an Evil Dentist Taught Me About Mindfulness
It’s Face Your Fear Week on Sage Grayson Coaching. I’m sharing posts about confronting your fears so you can live your happiest, most-authentic life. Today we’re talking about one of the most popular fears—going to the dentist! When I was 11 years old, I feared the dentist more than most kids. You see, I had…Read More
Question of the Week: Are You Superstitious?
Since it’s Friday the 13th, let’s have a little fun! I think on an intellectual level, we know that superstitions (such as the number 13 is unlucky, or a black cat in your path is a bad omen) are silly, but that doesn’t stop people from being superstitious. Do you believe in any superstitions? Do…Read More