A Love Letter to Every Little Girl

Little Dream Weaver, Little Star Gazer, I hope you paint the world with your spirit. I hope you hold fast to the craft of wonder. I hope you become a harbinger of light and love. Little Rebel Dancer, Little Storm Chaser, I hope you stick to the beat of your own life’s purpose. I hope you dance alongside your angels in harmony. I hope your soul is soaked in wisdom. Little Demure Blusher, Little Soul Mender, I hope your eyes are sparked with wanderlust. I hope you are lavished with kindness from strangers. I hope you mature with grace. Little Light Worker, Little Ground Breaker, I hope your roots stand strong when the winds of fear start to blow. I hope you practice self love and acceptance. I hope you cultivate creative habits within you. Little Life Giver, Little Rumble Maker, I hope you heighten your awareness of cultures that differ from you. I hope your laughs are plenty and your tears are few. I hope you are open to […]

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The Raw Truth: Reagan

In high school, I was told by someone who I thought loved me that I had an awkward body, and that’s exactly where my body image issues and eating disorder began. I went from being a girl who worked out twice a day and played sports all year round to doing yoga and Pilates, then […]

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The Raw Truth: Megan

I have been through a lot in my life, more than most experience in their life time. I have been raped twice, been given a permeant STD by one of my rapists, sexually harassed, stalked, had an eating disorder for 15 years and spent 4 months in an inpatient treatment center, lost everything in house […]

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Timing: Morgan

I used to have this perfect picture in my mind of what my life would be like when I was in my twenties. I planned on being married by 21 (I know, crazy). I thought I would graduate from a four year college, have a Bachelor’s degree in *whatever* and have a career by the […]

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Guest Writer: Kathleen

What do people want in life? It’s a question psychologists have attempted to answer for centuries. I was pondering this answer one day myself, so I decided to ask the most reliable source I know- Google. Google provided me with 7,620,000,000 results. Astounding, right? Considering there were more results than people on Earth, I decided […]

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Sense of Soul

To love one’s self, is to love one’s soul.  Our souls are love in its purest form. If we could comprehend the magnitude of that, we’d fall head over heels in love with ourselves. If we could see the expansiveness of our souls, we’d feel powerful and self- assured. We wouldn’t second guess our adequacy […]

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Quieting Your Inner Critic: Erin

For as long as I can remember, I’ve criticized every inch of myself. As a dancer, a runner, and model (and I use that term loosely. Basically, I did a lot of bridal fashion shows and mannequin modeling in store windows), all of my extracurricular activities were looking for really fit and mostly (too) thin […]

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Control, Vulnerability, Walls and Letting Go: Heidi

I mean, if these words make your shoulders tense up, you know where I’m coming from.  We’re all human, folks, we have good days and bad, and most of the time we only show the good – we don’t let people see behind the mask.  But you know what, we only get one life, and […]

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50 Things to be Thankful For

Being thankful is a beautiful awareness of the blessings the universe has given you. It’s easy to think of big things like family, friends, roof over your head to be thankful for. But it’s the little things that add up into one big, grateful life. I’ve put together a list of 50 things you can […]

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The Raw Truth: Crystal

The Real Raw truth? I’m 28 with no parents. I lost my dad when I was 19 from pneumonia and lost my mom when i was 25 from cancer. It’s not easy living a life without parents. I didn’t only loose my parents- I lost who i was, everything i’ve ever known, and felt very […]

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