Epidemic Levels

You’ve got back to back meetings, a new idea for a side hustle, and all types of new ideas. You’re on fire! Unfortunately, fires aren’t always sustainable. The best ones eventually fizzle out, and if they don’t get the right amount of oxygen and kindling, they become ashes. I  found myself listening to Spotify and … Continue reading Epidemic Levels

Gratitude Changes Everything

Little moments of gratitude help take the edge off in those times when screaming at the cashier to go a little faster or cutting off the guy who cut me off first seems like the right choice. A deep breath, a look around and a reminder of gratitude might be enough to change our perception.

When You Feel like You Can’t Anymore…

Keep going. Even when your head is pounding and your heart is tired and you just want to stop trying.  You’re at the breaking point. You’re almost there. You’re reaching the top of the mountain. It’s all downhill from here. Keep going. Or maybe it’s not – maybe you’ve still got miles ahead of you. … Continue reading When You Feel like You Can’t Anymore…

Straight Outta My Twenties

Dear 20 year old Sam, First, let me tell you that you my dear are Pure Fucking Magic! You will forget this at times but it's okay because it will lead you back home. There are about one thousand things I could write here already, but I’m going to try to stick with what I … Continue reading Straight Outta My Twenties

Before I Turn 30

I know that I’ll have moments where I stumble and misstep. From time to time, I’ll surely still experience the old beliefs that I should be more than I am, or that parts of me are shameful enough that I should choose to hide, or that I should have a better idea of what my future will hold.

You Already Are

There is no ending point. We never really become. Adulthood doesn’t mean things stop getting hard. It doesn’t mean no self-doubt. It doesn’t mean sturdy ground.

Off the Mat

People come to yoga for many different reasons – perhaps it begins as a desire to get fit or more flexible, a desire to learn how to relax and breathe properly, or a search for something deeper in this world, that often feels so surface level. Many of us have found yoga as an outlet … Continue reading Off the Mat

Who Do I think I Am?

"I’m a fraud and everyone will find out!" This nagging feeling creeps up on me from time to time when I go to write a blog or even sit with my clients. I feel like a fraud because I struggle with the very same topics I write about. Things like balance, self-acceptance, and loving the … Continue reading Who Do I think I Am?

For the Moments of Overwhelm

I am the opposite of a procrastinator. The uncertainty that comes with waiting until the last minute to do things just doesn't sit well with me. Not to mention my tendency to wonder what I’ll be doing in 10 years and how I can possibly get a jump start on it now. And let's not … Continue reading For the Moments of Overwhelm

The Human Experience

In order to study the art of happiness, we have to understand the significance of suffering. Even those situations that make us feel heavy and as if life is being unfair. In every situation, including the darker ones, there is something to be taken. It may be a lesson, a memory, awareness, or a reminder … Continue reading The Human Experience