“In biology, moulting (British English), or molting(American English), also known as sloughing, shedding, or in many invertebrates, ecdysis, is the manner in which an animal routinely casts off a part of its body (often, but not always, an outer layer or covering), either at specific times of the year, or at specific points in its … More Moulting
I have only a short thought to share with you today. My goal is to offer you insight from my own personal growth and experiences with you here every week. Fear is inevitable and will continue to show up in your life. Sometimes disguised and sometimes obvious. Humans can be remarkably predictable around fear and … More Fear
I want to share with you about how I have been unlearning quitting. I chose this title instead of “how not to quit” or “perseverance” because we all quit bad habits, we quit people and so much more every day. Perseverance doesn’t quite fit the bill because I don’t want to share about persistence or … More Unlearning Quitting
There seems to be a common theme around this fall season. Folks are tired. We have had a whirlwind of new things with back to school, businesses reopening and just all the things. There have been a lot of struggles and challenges presented as well as demands from us we haven’t had since the beginning … More Rest
Making space for creative energy could sound like a completely foreign idea to you. Maybe you are not a creative person in your mind or maybe you are so creative you don’t need to carve out time for your energy to flow. Chances are you land somewhere in between which is just like me. There … More Creative Energy
As I sit here and write this I contemplate how vulnerable am I willing to be? But then I am reminded that it is only in the moments I have struggled the greatest that someone’s vulnerability is what helped me through it. I hope you can find these weekly writing from my heart an opportunity … More Navigating Grief with Chantel
What is doubt? Why do we give it so much authority in our lives? We doubt our abilities, our time, our identity, we doubt others, we doubt literally everyone and everything. Well, to me doubt is the opposite to trust. By definition trust is: firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone … More Doubt
Wouldn’t we all love to know just that, how to do it all. Society seems to advertise that there is one big secret the universe is keeping from us. That if we just do this or buy that, that everything will click perfectly into place. The irony of this idea is that it couldn’t be … More How to do it all.