CED Blog

Realizing Abundance through Less

November 20, 2018

What if abundance actually came from less? Less work, less social media, less distractions, less clutter, less worry. What if we made room for more? More time to be present, more space for creativity, more peace, more quality time with the people I love.

I Planted the Seeds, This is What I Grew

October 3, 2018

You work all the time – toiling and planting. When do you get to reap what you sow? This vacation was my reaping. I planted the seeds, this is what I grew.

Gone on Holiday

September 6, 2018

So many countries close their shops to take a holiday. The US is one of the few countries so bent on productivity, we can often times forget to enjoy the spoils of our toils. Well, enough of that! Ren and I are taking a holiday!

The Men on My Mind

June 13, 2018

June is always the month I celebrate the men in my life. The truth is, there are so many men who have impacted my life and helped me grow.

What My Mother Didn’t Say

May 9, 2018

It’s not always the advice your mother tells you, sometimes it’s the example they live. Sometimes it’s what your mother didn’t say.

What it Means to Love

February 7, 2018

With Valentine’s season right around the corner, I’ve been thinking a lot about what it means to love. Love can live in the little things, and in the big overtures. It can be the easiest thing in the world and sometimes the most difficult.

Share Your Light

January 10, 2018

I recently created a visualization that helps me change my perspective, especially when I feel stuck, or when I’m not shining as brightly as I want to in the world. I’m excited to share it with you as my gift for 2018. I hope it helps you on your journey throughout the coming year.

Giving and Receiving This Holiday Season

December 20, 2017

“What do you need?”

What a good question. My friend Michael asks me this when he can see I’m wrestling with something…

Father’s Day 2017: Three of My Favorite Things About My Dad

June 15, 2017

Although our dynamic has changed and I’m realizing things won’t always be the same, but some of my favorite things about my dad have always stayed the same.