Who are you?

by Suzie on January 15, 2018

I spent many years of my adult life trying to keep others happy and became confused and distant from my own truth for a long time. My story is too long with the myriad of twists and turns to be explained in this post, but know that I realized through those twists and turns that something wasn’t right, didn’t feel good in my skin and inspired me to keep searching to remember who I truly am. Each of us has our own essence, purpose, and right to find happiness no matter what that looks like. Finding that happiness is not only doable, it’s our responsibility beyond anything else. For in finding our happiness, we will find our own truth, mission, purpose along with it and we will serve our ultimate selves along with those we wish to serve.

Does this sound like a daunting task, overwhelming in its scope? As my teacher, Dr. Martha Beck, says –  Turtle Steps.  One tiny step at a time, if need be, but as long as you seek you’ll find what you’re looking for.  Follow what feels right and true even if it doesn’t make sense in the moment. Trust your inner compass to get you there and it will.

I’m cheering for you…  Blessings on your journey home!

Image: Winged Ones by Lori Preusch

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Moments

by Suzie December 14, 2017

We’re now deep into the close of the year with the hustle of preparation and the closeness of family and friends raising a glass of cheer for events past and the wishes of bright hope for the coming year. The sweetness of all these happenings makes us pause and put busy lives aside for small […]

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The Wooded Path

by Suzie November 17, 2017

When I was a little girl my Dad would take me with him to walk the wooded path along the river not far from our home. He’d walk along quietly with me a few steps behind only to stop to help me over or up a fallen branch or a small incline. I don’t remember […]

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Happy New Year and…!

by Suzie January 2, 2017

I have been very absent from these pages for the last three years, but I am back now and looking forward to the constant transition I always seem to find myself in. My ongoing resolution is for contentment in the current moment and when I can’t do that I’ll be looking for the gift being […]

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