Don’t be cheap with your love

Hello beautiful souls, Immersed in the world of creating life after loss, I know both professionally and personally how challenging the journey of change can. This is especially true when we want something to change (um, yesterday please). It doesn’t matter if we are moving through grief, trying to release weight, create a new habit,…

Say yes to the sh** sandwich

Hello beautiful souls, On last week’s blog, we talked about feeling it so we can heal it. One person asked “what if we are IN IT, and we have work, children to take care of? We can’t very well just leave it all behind to process, heal etc.” Great question! What if it’s not about leaving it,…

Why I am not sugarcoating my loss

Warning: This week’s post is intensely personal, and my perspective may not resonate with everyone. This is just a humble perspective of loss from a party of one.  On 2/11/14, I had a miscarriage. For 6-7 brief weeks, he appeared, but suddenly he was gone. I even named him, spirit baby Michael. For 2 weeks, I allowed…

With Death Looking Over My Shoulder

“The moment you have in your heart  this extraordinary thing called love and feel the depth, the delight, the ecstasy of it, you will discover that for you the world is transformed”. -Krishnamurti My 88 year old aunt suffered a massive stroke this past Thursday. It happened during the morning and by the time her…

Williesha Morris

Claire isn’t just a grief counselor. She is an accountability partner to help you get through your day. She’s not simply there to talk about your emotions or your past. She utilizes those emotions into actionable steps you can take to get you back to balance. I’ve never lost anyone close to me, but she…

Tame Your Inner Critic

Tame your inner critic Hello beauties, Yesterday, I woke up with my throat on fire. Up until now, I have been lucky to escape the “bug” that has gotten many of my friends sick this past Winter. Nursing a cayenne pepper/lemon/honey concoction all day, I hoped I had caught it in time.  You see, for…