I'm intrigued about gender differences in the domestic realm, and committed to finding tools that nurture partnership (vs resentment!), and this interview was full of helpful perspective! I come back to this episode when I need a reminder to care for myself and receive goodness! I'm revisiting one of my favorite rituals, daily meditation through … Continue reading on my nightstand + in my ears
I woke up early this morning, with the sun in fact, hungry for a fresh perspective before hitting "send" on this newsletter. I read an excerpt from Seven Sacred Pauses, and was reminded of how the morning is not simply about waking up my physical body, but awakening my spirit to the possibilities that await … Continue reading on my nightstand + in my ears
Here's a short article about ways to set boundaries by my bestie, BB. I'm dreaming of my own space to craft (or nap) sans interruptions. Aren't these dreamy?! This is one of the most beautifully illustrated, and intended children's books I've read lately. I've been so encouraged by sacred practices like Aaron Niequist writes about … Continue reading on my nightstand + in my ears
Cold Tangerines by Shauna Niequist The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah Building our House by Jonathan Bean The Midlife Unraveling by Brene Brown. I read this every so often when I need better words to describe some of my own midlife crisis (or midlife unraveling as she calls it). I love the Daily Meditations from … Continue reading on my nightstand and in my ears
currently reading voraciously... or at a snail's pace You Belong Here by M.H. Clark The Sacred Enneagram by Chris Heuertz Open Mind, Open Heart by Fr. Thomas Keating What are you reading?
Imagine this as the start to some of our living room chats over coffee or tea if you asked, "What have you been thinking about lately?" I appreciated this flip to the typical questions about goals and aspirations. I'm trying to sort out the lowest maintenance + most aesthetically pleasing hanging plants for our patio. … Continue reading clicks + links
currently reading voraciously... or at a snail's pace One Day in December by Josie Silver The Sacred Enneagram by Chris Heuertz Digital Minimalism by Cal Newport Siblings Without Rivalry by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish Reclaiming Conversation by Sherry Turkle What are you reading?