What is your pace? Your rhythm? Your flow? Do you zip through the day – spinning way too many plates, and getting off on how many you can keep in the air? I know I do that. We all get so many points for being busy. Or acting busy. As if our inherent value hinges …
I am back with ROUND TWO of my Ask Mama Q&A video series! This week’s Q speaks to the heart of the challenge every modern woman faces: how to prioritize her pleasure despite her laundry list of obligations.
I want to share with you the first of our brand-new series of Radio Portraits, here at The School of Womanly Arts.
This is a series of audio interviews describing photographic moments that take place inside the Mastery classroom.
There are some moments in life that have so much power, so much depth, so much beauty, they hover in the air for eternity.
This year we are launching the Unbound Olympics. The woman who brings the most sisters to Miami is the one who has the best chance of winning a free seat at Mastery!!
Take this down and dirty exam–grade yourself–and let me know exactly how you think you are doing, below, so I can best prepare for you in South Beach.
On Thursday, October 13, from 12:00PM to 1:00PM EST, you’ll get me, live for one hour, as I take you on a guided tour of: A Life Unbound.
Darlings, Anyone else feel the delicious crashing of the waves of change on their shores? You know that feeling- like something is coming. A wind change. A sea change. A looming storm. A new weather system. That feeling is a prelude to a life change… I am feeling it every which way but sideways right …
Okay, you got me, sisters.
You got me good and hard and sweet and sacred.
You got me upside downside inside outside.
I unbound myself to you and you gave it right on back to me!!
I am simply unwilling to let no results stop me from going for and getting what I want. Because—as ever—I am utterly and completely in the game of a life unbound! And I want to teach you to do the same.
Darlings, We all have it, don’t we? Those spots where we are stuck, instead of inspired. I have mine. You have yours. I will show you mine, if you show me yours. In fact, I am not going to be able to solve mine alone. None of us are, really. How do I know this? …