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Planning Your First Solo Trip: What You Need To Know

  While you may not be able to jump a train through Europe or cruise the Carribean just yet due to COVID-19 restrictions, there are still so many safe options for checking out on some R&R. And what better way to social distance and vacation than booking your first solo travel experience to a nearby […]

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Times Keeps Going, What Legacy Do You Want To Leave?

The other day, I was spray painting something for Ruth Bader Ginsburg (stay tuned), and the sun was casting a shadow on the wall I was about to start on. I thought to myself, “I don’t want that shadow in my photo at the end, so I will move to the right”. I did move […]

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I Have Always Been A Rainbow

Yesterday, a total stranger reached out to me to speak in a summit based on a gut feeling and told me they had never spoke to someone of my age with so much depth. Going out to get groceries, three men asked me out and I had no desire to engage. I changed my tire […]

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6 Ways To Keep Traditions Alive And Strong

It’s fun to make new traditions (and uphold them). It might feel difficult to do that with changing environments that can feel restrictive based on our original baseline. For example, I love sunflowers (the most, they’re my favorite!), and I’ve always enjoyed visiting sunflower farms, and last year I decided to make it a tradition […]

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Ways To Balance Your Mind, Body, Soul, & Energy

We often talk about the balance between mind, body, and soul, but often leave out the concept of energy. What are you doing on a daily basis to charge up your ENERGY? I made a list of activity ideas for each of these categories. Keep in mind many of these can charge/balance/stimulate/fulfill multiple (or all!) […]

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