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Simple, Joyful, Abundant Living
A collection of blogs and videos to inspire you.
Addicted and Disconnected Addicted and disconnected. It seems like the more access we have to smartphones, iPads, tablets, and computers and the information they provide the more detached and disengaged we are becoming. And, make no mistake the creators of social media sites have and will continue to exploit the vulnerability in human psychology. Here are some sobering facts
Simple Abundance It never ceases to amaze me that the world gives me exactly what I need, exactly when I need it. Below is an excerpt from my morning "Quiet Time"... From Sarah Ban Breathnach's book Simple Abundance "Maybe you have set aside time to begin the journey of your authentic self. Then again, maybe you haven't... If you
My dear friend Amy was kind enough to be my guest writer for this blog post. Please enjoy her thoughts about the Christmas Season and how she is focusing on being present this year. Does It Feel Like The Christmas Season To You? I don’t know about you, but it doesn’t quite feel like the Christmas Season to me…yet.
I first learned of Peony Vodka in the August 2016 issue of O Magazine. Peonies are my favorite flower so I was intrigued. As I researched more about the vodka I learned that it was the brainchild of Leslie Farhangi, a Stanford educated attorney who no longer enjoyed being a lawyer so she packed up and moved with her