What does fear have to teach you today?
Author: Samuel Wakefield
In order to make the most of endings, you have to normalize them. It’s common to think of endings as negative occurrences, that’s why we tend to avoid them. But as soon as we see endings as normal, then we have no reason to be afraid and run away from them. Dr Henry Cloud
We’re not as lost as we look, but we are a family on the move. Here’s to loving the process.
You never know when a moment will imprint on someone. All we can do is be available and intentional.
The absurdity of parenting
They say, if you want to be kind to yourself, give yourself advice that you would offer to a friend in the same situation. Parental advice anyone?
Growing through reflection
My secret to growth has always been intentional reflection on the experiences I’m having at each stage of life. It’s a gift I’m trying to pass on.
Put yourself in the path
It’s my responsibility to create a rhythm for my life that nurtures me, that brings me joy, that allows me to flourish, even, given the weight of things I’m carrying. Shauna Niequist
The hidden costs of progress
What is the real cost of achieving “the American Dream” for black families and is it worth it?
Staying tight is a choice. In any relationship, you have to choose to grow together.
Not ready for summer to end: A soul minimalist guide for transitioning back to school
What if we could bottle up all the good things about summer, the pace, the lightness, the fun, and bring that into our school year lives? How might we do that?