Day 63 of 365: my newfound niche + letting go of the fight

Over the last few weeks, I’ve been allowing myself to be internal. I’ve been objectively viewing thoughts and feelings and patterned reactions, without fully engaging with them. Doing my best to not get hijacked by them. And, if hijack did happen (meaning if I found myself riding the neural pathways of an old patterned way […]

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Day 40 of 365: the awakening of my femininity

Okay, I know this journey of embracing the unknown is making huge changes in my life… Because even a month ago, the very thought of including the word “femininity” in a TITLE OF A BLOG POST would have made me cringe and scrunch my face. I went to the Dirty South Yoga Festival today. It was a […]

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Day 39 of 365: Releasing the victimhood of “can’t”

Writer’s block or any type of creative or emotional block is an illusion. It’s easier for us to blame our stagnancy on some… thing. Some force, whether outside or inside of us. Blaming someone or something else, whether it’s a needy partner or a busy schedule or a creative well run dry, is merely a form of […]

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Day 35 of 365: awaiting miracles — a channeled message

I slept a lot of hours last night and today, and it was glorious. I awoke today still feeling blah… With a weighted anxiety on my heart. I tuned into my inner wisdom and asked a question, which led to this following channeled message: “Continue to do what feels right in each given moment. The […]

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Day 34 of 365: overdoing it.

I write this with a sore throat, pain in both ears, a headache, and what may or may not be pink eye in my left eyeball. And all of this showed up within the last few hours. I know exactly why this has happened. It’s my sweet body’s way of saying, “JEN. I AM TIRED. […]

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Day 31 of 365: Why I refuse to take a $100,000/year corporate job.

I just watched The Big Sick, a movie based on a true story. It’s a romantic comedy, and it’s enjoyable, and my eyeballs did this thing where they started sweating (but, due to my odd inability to cry in public, my body absorbed the eye water), and after I left I felt content and inspired […]

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