A Chat With Mystic Mag

There is a lot about today’s (possibly too) connected world to lament. Kids spend too much time on their phones. Social media is making us more politically divisive. It is all too easy for each of us to feel less-than because we are comparing ourselves to our filtered Instagram friends (who only ever reveal photographs…

Just Jump

If you’re thinking about launching your own business or private practice or writing that book or script or…insert your dream here…Just. Jump.

Death by Opportunity

I have two competing impulses. They fight with each other like siblings that are close enough in age that they should theoretically get along…but they just don’t. One impulse is to slow down. That part of me is the part of me that wants to stay sane. It’s the part of me that wants to…

Is It Enough, Yet?

Sooo. my dog wakes me up this morning. Not with sweet wimperings at my door. Ooooh no. With loud, angry, boastful barks. Confused, I look at my phone to check for the time. What?!? It’s 9:08am?!?!? Holy shit, how did I sleep in that long? My foggy and slightly panicked eyeballs notice a text. It’s…

It’s Both And…Not Either Or

I don’t know whether this is a uniquely American problem…or if it’s more of a universal human problem…but it’s amazing to me just how many people fall into the either-or trap. You are either happy in your relationship, or you are not. You are either grateful, or you are striving for more. You are either…

What If You Don’t Have to Work Hard?

We have a philosophy, here, in the United States that paints a picture of what success is supposed to look like. Actually…”paint a picture” is a little soft. Let’s say, instead, that we have an¬†algorithm¬†we use in the United States that is intended to mimic what we think success requires. If you work hard, you…

How Much Are You Worth?

Girl Has a Vision… When I decided to start my own coaching practice, I had a vision. I wanted to help my fellow HSP’s to build lives for themselves that helped them to really come alive (not just… function). I wanted to help highly sensitive people and introverts see themselves as assets to their communities…