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The natural beauty of letting memories make themselves

My husband is a man of traditions. He loves them, craves them, looks forward to them, and likes to create them from scratch. We could be in the midst of something totally new, not even sure it’s a success yet, not even sure we’re going to live to see the other side, and he’ll call […]

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Inspiration for baby book memories

At Soulments, we aspire to end empty baby books everywhere. As a mindfulness-based journaling app, you’ll receive inspiring prompts like these to remind you to capture and reflect on those pregnancy and first-year moments you don’t want to forget. Pregnancy Many moms pick up journaling when they learn they are expecting. Snapping photos of a growing baby bump […]

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The search for the elusive and complete baby book

You tucked them away for safe keeping. Eventually, you come across the tiny treasures of the hospital bracelet, inked footprints, and first family photo that’s been misplaced. And then you remember why. You picture the unfinished baby book abandoned on the shelf and see the best of intentions. The reality of year one Traditional fill-in […]

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Guided Practice: A Meditation of Alignment

Click on the arrow below for a sweet, guided practice. It’s less than 10 minutes and a nice way to experience meditation for first timers, newly dabblers or longtime meditators.   Lani Catherine is an energy healer and mother who left a 20 year corporate career to dedicate her life to helping others find their path to […]

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One word to make 2017 worth it

So I just have to ask…how’s that New Year’s resolution going? Maybe you intentionally did not make one because you know from years past how that story ends. You might have read how I wasn’t big on New Year’s resolutions and evidence proves the rest of you aren’t either. A small piece of the pie […]

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30 days filled to the brim with thanks

I set out with a simple goal. Write down one thing every day for which I am thankful. It wasn’t hard to think of that one thing. Sometimes several thoughts bubbled up and the hard part was picking just one. It was surprisingly challenging to remember to take the quick moment to write it down. […]

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10 minutes a day to untangle

I’ve never been one for New Year’s resolutions. Honestly, I found them slightly annoying while I aimlessly searched for an open treadmill across the sea of the brand new avid gym-goers. Here it is August and I am forever grateful that I sweetened that sour taste for new beginnings that happen to have a January 1 […]

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An open letter to all of us to look up

We cannot allow what we hold in our hands to be what blinds us. If left to our own devices, we must recognize that there’s a time and a place to be connected to the interwebs, and darlings, that does not mean all the time everywhere there’s wifi. Don’t be mistaken, I am wowed by […]

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My father will always be my Captain

“Borders? I have never seen one. But I have heard they exist in the minds of some people.” – Thor Heyerdahl I learned that the world has no borders from a Master of a 48,000-ton cruise ship. Pappa was away much of the time growing up, but he always made it a priority to travel as a […]

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5 ways to never quit your daydream

Just don’t quit your daydream. The whimsically scripted quote caught my distracted eye while window-shopping. I immediately found the shimmery wall art to be the perfect inspiration piece to add to my home office, but alas, was not going to succumb to the inevitable resort pricing. Instead I decided to write about why these words […]

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