I was in a bad car accident yesterday and by all accounts should not have walked away spirit and body bruised but whole and very much alive. It’s hard to type. Both wrists and arms hurt when I use them. But I process in writing so I think this is the kindest thing I can do for myself this morning. One person’s choice almost left my children parentless in the span of one heartbeat. Just one. That’s all it takes. But here I am. Very much awake. I feel. I […]
On Holding Space for Ourselves
On Building a Right-Sized Life: I Choose Simple over Easy
Why It’s Time to Stop Waiting for Everything to be Okay
You Can Find Your Way to Brave
How I Simplify and Leverage the Strengths of Social Media
It Takes Courage to Become Who You Really Are
Here’s to the late bloomers. Find your way in your time.
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Inside: Building a right-sized life means a made from scratch, handcrafted, customized life that is honest, authentic, and helps us walk out each day on purpose. My right-sized life includes soulful simplicity. Yours can too. This post contains relevant referral links. I’m not convinced life has to be as complicated as we make it. We don’t control every circumstance but most of us still have a lot of room to choose. I choose simple. Conscious or soulful simplicity allows me to live with purpose, health, and joy. It allows me […]
Inside: Stop waiting for easy or perfect – life is messy but you are strong and brave enough to walk through each challenge or obstacle you face. This a guest post by Angie Schultz of The Becoming Place. Is everything going to be okay? How often have you said those words? Most of us have repeated some version of them many times, whether to ourselves or others. The predictable response: Everything will be okay, is meant to provide reassurance and hope. But those words can ring empty, even as you […]
Krista’s CALM workshop has provided me with the tools and guidelines I need to get started in my mission to bring more focus and intention into my daily life. She shares her wealth of knowledge regarding the benefits of supplements that can help when dealing with different health issues, which I found very informative and helpful. I especially appreciated her suggestions on how to recognize the joy in our lives and how to let go of the things or ideas that are not a part of that joy.
Krista’s honesty and openness about her own life and experiences really made me feel comfortable in the group setting. I believe that she is an extremely knowledgeable and accepting person whose support would benefit anyone interested in living a more physically and emotionally, balanced healthy life. The CALM workshop is a great starting point for those of us who want to live a more thoughtful, healthy, joy-filled life.
- Andrea Sidney-Richard
I was stuck and spinning my wheels repeating the same patterns over and over in my life. Krista’s blog (A Life in Progress) really began to speak to my heart about my issues, but the real work change began when I started meeting one on one with her. Her helpful advice and practical steps with accountability are helping me change and experience hope and victory! I am so glad I made that first appointment:)
- Stacy Renard
The CALM course was great exposure to many alternative methods I can incorporate into my daily routines to create clarity, calm and joy. I especially enjoyed the suggestions for supplements and nutrition. I also appreciated the anecdotal portions that allowed me to relate to the material. Krista has such a nurturing spirit that was much appreciated.
- Brandy Schutz