Courage Habit book clubs near you

Courage Habit book clubs near you

The Courage Habit has started to arrive in mailboxes all over the place, and I’m so (so!) excited to see people starting to use the #CourageHabit hashtag on social media, and share photos of themselves with their books, and even talk about Courage Habit book...
the purpose of emotions

the purpose of emotions

Chronic tiredness. Irritability. Feeling meh. Disconnection. Frustration and annoyance mingled with worry. Seeing the world’s problems and feeling ill-equipped to help, because it all feels like too much. Reaching a breaking point—a tipping point where holding it all...
Dialogue with the body

Dialogue with the body

Many years ago, I was diagnosed with an auto-immune disease. The only word I could use to describe how I felt, at the time, was: betrayed. I’d totally bought into the message that prevention was better than a cure, and I’d proactively done what I thought was a...
Destruction (not fun; very necessary)

Destruction (not fun; very necessary)

At the beginning of this year, I meditated on what the year would bring, and pulled a card from Doreen Virtue’s Goddess Deck. (Side note: I have long been one of those people who would normally groan, “A GODDESS DECK? ARE YOU KIDDING ME?” But nonetheless, I loooove my...
“I’m DONE!” and creating conscious joy

“I’m DONE!” and creating conscious joy

This is the first line I wrote for The Courage Habit: “Here’s the thing about the day you realize you’ve got to change your life: you don’t even see it coming.” I’ve heard hundreds of stories of people realizing that they were DONE / FINITO / THIS CANNOT GO ON FOR...
courage habit : Create community

courage habit : Create community

Here’s an excerpt from my forthcoming book, The Courage Habit. This excerpt discusses the four part of the Courage Habit process: how to create community. To truly live courageous lives, we need other like-minded people around us who are also trying to honor the...
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