Posts Tagged "links"

4 Songs {and other things} I’m Crushing On Right Now

{We interrupt this Christmas Vacation to bring you some random tidbits of inspiration. Why? Because sometimes the holidays require a bit of interruption, and because I’m still too lost in creating my own quiet space to offer you anything…you know, substantial or coach-y. } Imagine Dragons – Radioactive: Damn proud to say I loved them before they made it big. {I’m usually way behind the curve to every claim such a thing.} Mumford & Sons – White Blank Page: This is one of those “behind the curve” artists. Yes, I just found them and I’m working my way through their older stuff. This song = swoon. Broken Bells – The Ghost Inside: I’m sure what it is about this song that pulls me in, but it IS great for art journaling. Lindsey Sterling – Crystallize: I love the mix of classic and edge lately. And some non-music balm to feed…

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Meet Peter Gray, PhD: Psychologist AND Organic Parenting Contributor! Eeeeee!

The nerd in me (okay, that IS me) pretty much fell in love with Peter Gray when I found his articles on Psychology Today a few years back. He’s an evolutionary developmental psychologist and research professor of psychology at Boston College with an interest in alternative approaches to education with an emphasis on autonomous play. (Human nature + asking good questions + alternative anything + autonomy + play? You can see my fascination.) And then my heart really went all pitter-patter when he replied to my invitation to join the Organic Parenting e-course with “How could I refuse!” ♥ I’d like to introduce him in two different ways: By sharing snips from our interview, which comes as part of the e-course, and By sharing some of my favorite articles of his so you can get to know his message. Let’s start with my favorite articles: How To Advise and Help…

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May :: Newness, Highlights and Linky Love

I’m really still trying to wrap my head around the fact that it’s June. I’ve been way too busy over these past two months to properly savor each of them and I’m mindfully working at slowing things down over here. Being busy sucks, and it’s toxic if it’s not a good busy. Our busy has been both good and bad, full of stress and overflowing with goodness. Ah, contrast… May’s Newness :: ♥ I’ve tweaked a few things on my site and am loving my new header and the new layout for my tools. I’ve also fixed the annoyng issue of the font not working in Chrome. Since my new design launched in March it’s been nonstop tweaking and fixing. Let me know what you think or if anything isn’t working properly for you! ♥ The Organic Business Mastermind is running again for the third time. We start on Monday!!…

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April :: Inspiration, Newness + Highlights

I haven’t done a post like this since October, which should be an indication of either how much fun we’ve been having or how poor of a memory I have. I’ll let you determine which. April’s Highlights Oh man, April both rocked my face off and threatened to overwhelm me. ♥ I started a new weekly series where I take some of the quotes I place on Facebook and expand on them on the blog every Friday. You can find more here. ♥ The Great Blog Comment Debate Everyone has an opinion that really only fits themselves. This one is mine. ♥ Anxiety, Overwhelm, Sorrow :: And All I Heard Was Love It was one intense, exhausting, heartbreaking, beautiful and wonderful weekend. ♥ Feeling Too Drained to Take Care of You? Yeah, I got there this month. Below is the video that got me back. April’s Newness ♥ I can add headline…

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8 Strategies to Fill Your Cup, Tea Parties with Fear and RootsofShe.com

Have you heard of Roots of She? It’s this gorgeous website offered by this beautiful woman, Jenn Gibson, to help you create connection, joy and solidarity in your life. I’m part of her Winter Tribe, offering bits of Organic Wisdom every other week. And it dawned on me that I hadn’t shared those links with you! Post #1: One Last Tea Party With Fear Post #2: 8 Strategies to Fill Your Cup, Even When You “Don’t Have Enough Time” There’s four more posts to come before spring! Jenn has also been my coaching client for the last several months, meaning I’ve had the honor to know her, her vision and her heart and soul deeply and intimately, and let me just say, Wow! Jenn is doing some beautiful things in her world and to watch her and support her has been incredible and inspiring and seriously…fun! Here’s a peak into…

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