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Desires

My “make-it-happen” formula

August 20, 2015

I’m a New Yorker … and while I love being in the Hamptons for the summer, riding my horse, writing my book, dining with friends, walking along the beach, looking for shooting stars … Part of me is also glad I have big obligations to drive me forward and challenges to sink into – a […]

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My 3 Tips for When Your Desire Gets Real, Fast

August 5, 2015

Have you ever had a desire – a big, big desire – that you’ve nurtured for months, years, even decades – and then there comes a moment in time when you realize it is actually happening? That it’s actually coming to you, with more velocity than you can even handle? About a year ago, I […]

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Desire talk, with my bestie Marie Forleo!

July 30, 2015

It’s not an easy thing to bring a vision into being in this world. Especially inside of a no-pain, no-gain culture, where we’re so stuck in our to do list, we can easily lose track of what we’re working towards in the first place. Yet every idea, every creation, every dream – it all starts […]

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Finding freedom inside obligation.

July 2, 2015

Darlings- Right about now, I get to thinking. It’s about to be the 4th of July here in the States. The holiday where we celebrate our freedom. And I am just about to chain myself to my desk for the next 8 weeks and bang out the final draft of my new book. I want […]

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6 Practices I do every morning

June 18, 2015

It is my deep, hot, and holy conviction that the body of every woman is a living, breathing altar. Yes, I mean you. Overworked, underloved, insubstantially paid you. Yes, even underworked, overloved, exaltedly paid you. The question is- Do you treat yours as such? Think about it. There is no human alive today who was […]

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Ten thousand flavors of tears

May 12, 2015

I am writing from a small café on the Champs-Elyseés, soaking in the final moments of my time in Paris (pics below!). After four days together in this breathtaking city, we just completed the graduation session for the Creation Course, and I’m overflowing. Overflowing with pride, with joy, and with volumes of gratitude. These women […]

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In Praise of the Pig-Headed Girl

April 23, 2015

I have always been a pig-headed girl. Always. Sometimes overtly, sometimes subversively. I secretly thought my way was always the best way. I had no tolerance for a certain kind of conformity. I got severely reprimanded for using orange typing paper by my closeted high school English teacher, since the white-out I used was, well […]

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6 Mistakes That Keep You in Indecision

March 17, 2015

It is so easy to make the same choice over and over and over again. Making a bold decision, and stepping into something new is almost impossibly difficult. Usually we have to be chased by something achingly painful – like a viciously unhappy relationship. Or deep physical discomfort. Or a job we hate that does […]

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The “I give up” moment.

March 3, 2015

A really really really really good friend of mine, Ayo, got engaged last month. For the very first time. At age 68. This was not a likely thing to have ever happened in this world. She came from a single mama who raised her alone. And she had been a single mama, raising her daughter […]

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Shacking up in Stuck-town?

February 3, 2015

So you’re stuck, huh? Have you tied yourself into a big fat twisted stuck-knot? Ugh. It’s the worst. Stuck is everywhere. And there are so many ways for it to show up . . . Stuck in a 26 year marriage, and it feels suffocating, sexless, and numb. Stuck because her whole life, she’s had […]

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