Mar 28, 2018
I start this episode with one of my favorite violin pieces, "Red River Valley" and I move into a wilderness-inspired metaphor of the process of trusting and allowing your journey to unfold.
You are supported. Learn to trust the process and you will allow the most beautiful opportunities to enter your life!
Mar 22, 2018
In this episode, my husband Aaron and I start with a violin/ukulele recording of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" and then I talk about how to find your path when you don't even know where to start.
There is no such thing as, "lucky" or "unlucky". You were placed on this earth to become the person you were meant to be and...
Mar 18, 2018
In this episode I talk with adventurepreneur Stacey Arnold from Inclined to Adventure. Stacey is a photographer and wilderness enthusiast from the Portland area, who fell in love with photography and the mountains as a way to cope with her own anxiety.
We talk about limiting beliefs and what it means to design your own...
Mar 17, 2018
I start this episode with one of my favorite hymns, and then I dive deep into a personal story about being bullied as a child and how these emotional wounds have affected me as an adult. I share one of the tools that I have used to find peace in dealing with challenging moments.
I hope this episode reminds you that you...
Mar 11, 2018
In this episode, my husband Aaron joins me for his ukulele debut on the podcast - we play a song together to start the episode, and then I talk about the concept of, "worthiness".
Who gets to decide if you are worthy or not? Are some people, "more worthy" than others? What would your life look like if you accepted the...