This is the third post in our three-part series covering the air sandwich. You can read part 1, “The Air Sandwich: Why Your Big Picture and Day-to-Day Reality Don’t Link Up,”, and part 2, "The Five Keys to Overcoming the Air Sandwich". In the first post in the series, I covered the five … [Read more...] about How to Use the Five Keys to Overcome the Air Sandwich
Right now. Here. In this moment. You are safe. Because you are able to take the few minutes needed to read this, in this moment, you are safe. Welcome to “Fearland” Many of us have struggled with fears throughout this year — and understandably so. There is so much happening that we have no … [Read more...] about To Feed or to Soothe Your Fear?
*Possible trigger alert: I am talking about politics in this post and I am much more clear and transparent about my own political beliefs that I have been before. If you cannot or do not want to read that, this is definitely a good one to skip. It is all shared with love, though, and I hope you can … [Read more...] about We Are Not Enemies
This is the second post in our three-part series covering the air sandwich. Be sure to read part 1, “The Air Sandwich: Why Your Big Picture and Day-to-Day Reality Don’t Link Up." In today’s post, I address the five keys — the foundational virtues and habits — that are necessary for us to truly … [Read more...] about The Five Keys to Overcoming the Air Sandwich
I have noticed over the last few days, almost every time I have captured an idea to add to my idea garden for writing, that they revolve around themes of fear and love. Spirit and my higher self have been showing up with messages I need to hear. Messages that are offering some measure of calm. … [Read more...] about A Meditation for Fear
One of the reasons your best work might not be getting done is that your day-to-day life doesn’t align with your vision and goals. You feel strain when you’re doing a lot of things — when you’re “accomplishing” a lot (read: checking off to-do list items) — but yet you don’t feel accomplished, … [Read more...] about The Air Sandwich: Why Your Big Picture and Day-to-Day Reality Don’t Link Up
Mere hours after having dinner with his mom he was gone. Hunter was 21 years old and turning the page on a new chapter in his life. He was putting in the work, facing his challenges, and making choices to live fully. Embracing new relationships and saying yes to things that would help him grow … [Read more...] about Every Moment Is A Gift
I shared with you last time about my struggles from mid-August until just recently. About how I’d felt like I was at my limit (and had been there for a while) around what I could process and feel. About so much pain and loss coming at me back to back to back... and that I moved into a place of shock … [Read more...] about Love Notes to Lighten the Dark
Am I broken? Have I lost me? Where did I go? Where are the tears? Where is the anger? Where is the sorrow? Where are my emotions? Why am I not on the floor wailing? Why am I not able to open my mouth and share? When did I cross the line? Can I still feel? Am I capable of feeling any … [Read more...] about To Trust That I Am Not Broken
Hope is hard When our skies darken When our world shakes When our homes burn And we feel afraid Hope is hard When our families are split apart When our friendship circles shrink And we feel isolated Hope is hard When our leaders fail us When governments serve themselves At the … [Read more...] about Hope Is Hard
Editor’s note: "How to Balance Parent and Professional: The Start Finishing Guide to School-Time Productivity" is a guest post by Jenn Labin. Like so many other parents (and others) out there, I am in a situation of working full time remotely while also managing kids who are in virtual school. … [Read more...] about How to Balance Parent and Professional: The Start Finishing Guide to School-Time Productivity
One of the many beautiful things about working for PF has been all the life lessons I’ve absorbed just by being around Charlie and Angela, and the wisdom they put into the world through posts, podcasts, and coaching calls. From learning what a boundary even is to honoring and understanding my unique … [Read more...] about Are You Managing Your Expectations?
Most of us are quite familiar with busy-ness. While we want full, flourishing lives, we often don’t recognize when we have gotten past the point of being full — when we do and have too much. And this “doing and having too much” leads to a lot of busy-ness. BUSY Has Become Our Default Unlike … [Read more...] about Busy by Default
Note: This post is for those who know they have a bit of time (or maybe a little more) that they are wanting to give to their community in some way, but just need a little extra help to find a fit. I am a member of a small group that generally meets once a month to support one another. (The type … [Read more...] about The Need to Help and Help Is Needed
Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Jenn Labin. Starting March 13th of this year, the concepts of routine, consistency, and productivity evaporated from many people’s lives, including mine. (Side note: I wanted to use “sublimated” but found out that word also means, “to divert something into a … [Read more...] about 5 Key Ways to Identify Your New Strengths in 2020
To be vulnerable takes courage. You’ve probably heard something along these lines before. And, to be courageous takes vulnerability. This is likely something you’ve heard less often, but it is also true. What I love about this — and what is also challenging for many of us — is that these … [Read more...] about Courageous Is Vulnerable Is Courageous
Last week I shared about one of the biggest gifts I’ve gotten from this year of COVID: an ability to focus more of my energy on the things that really matter. I’ve been able to let go of a lot of things that don’t matter as much and focus my limited, precious energy on what truly matters to … [Read more...] about You Got This
Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Jacquette M. Timmons. Whew! 2020 has been quite the year, eh? I live in New York City, and we’ve been in quarantine since March. These five-plus months have not only felt like an entire year on their own, but they have most certainly lived up to the … [Read more...] about Have You Found Unexpected Opportunities During the Pandemic?