Celebrating Winter Solstice

My family and I have been celebrating Winter Solstice for several years and it has become one of my favorite rituals. Not only does it allow us to purposely reflect about things that are no longer serving us from this past year, and decide what we would like for the next year. This ritual also creates a safe space for us to share our fears and hopes, which lays the foundation for a deeper connection between us.

Below is a link to a quick article explaining the power of Winter Solstice, and why it’s an important time to reflect on the last year and set intentions for the upcoming year.

Celebrate The Winter Solstice With A Sunset Ceremony.

I hope you’ll join us by burning your fears from this past year and setting intentions of what you would like the light to bring in for this next year.

What’s your favorite celebration or ritual?

Sending you much love for the rest of this Holiday Season! Looking forward to a bright New Year!

Much love and gratitude,

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Just added some more favorites!

I’m constantly recommending books to clients, friends and loved ones. I love books. I love finding connection through peoples stories of their lives and hope through learning something new.

I’ve received so much positive feedback and appreciation for my resource page, so I’m thrilled to add more favorites to share with you.

Today I added a few more beloved memoirs. Check out Brain on Fire, Wild, Born a Crime and Glass Castle.

I also added a book that has brought me so much comfort since my Dad’s passing, Many Masters Many Lives. Have you read this yet?

Last but definitely not least, you’ll find my new favorite resource for women’s hormones, The Hormone Cure. I’ve been carrying this around in my purse trying to unlock the mystery of balancing my hormones. This book has been incredibly helpful and I’m so grateful to have this resource!

As usual I’ve written a quick summary about each book on my resource page. I hope you check it out!

I’d love to hear about any books that you love!

What are your favorites?

With love and gratitude,

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