All posts by: Karen

Spring is my favorite season. The promise of renewal after a long Midwest winter is always a delight for the senses. Trees are beginning to bud; flowers begin to burst forth through the recently softened soil. It’s a time of...
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The Art of Self-Love is both powerful and confounding in the same moment, as we’re taught it’s alright to love yourself, just not too much. In fact, the dictionary defines self-love to be an act of egotism. Nothing could be...
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Ralph Waldo Emerson said the Law of Cause and Effect is the “law of laws”. This equates to “for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction”, yet per your nature, it shows a corresponding “like” or match to...
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Traditionally, Thanksgiving is normally the one day a year where we offer thanks as we gather around the table, reconnecting with family and friends from near and far. Why do we wait for this one day to offer thanks, when...
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We are constantly bombarded with outside stimuli, and with somewhere in a very large neighborhood of seventy thousand thoughts a day. We tend to run on auto-pilot. Understandably, our ability to make conscious choices gets tumbled in, like washing a...
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