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Living the B+ Life

This summer as I’m taking some downtime, I’m sharing some of my favorite and your favorite posts from the archives. Hope you enjoy these selections! Love, Tara Living the B+ Life I’ve started to notice a phenomenon that I call the B+ life. In the B+ life, things are good but not great. All the right […]

Darling, We Went For It.

This summer as I’m taking some downtime, I’m sharing some of my favorite and your favorite posts from the archives. Hope you enjoy these selections! Love, Tara Darling, We Went For It My old career was lovely and interesting, but I was in it because I was being more loyal to my fears than to my […]

What are you here to teach?

Today I’m delighted to bring you a conversation with my friend and mentor, Jen Louden. Jen’s work has spanned many topics dear to my heart: women and comfort, retreating, creativity and writing. Recently, she’s been turning her attention to teaching – helping women like you and me own what we have to teach and to […]

if you aren’t doing your thing because you aren’t “expert” enough…

Last week I wrote here about how so many brilliant women are held back by the “but I’m not an expert” thing. That post resonated with so many of you. I loved your impassioned, heartfelt comments. And I told you I’d be writing more about this topic. I have, and I’m excited to share with […]

7 Ways to Identify Your Calling (New Video!)

Video day! Today I’m sharing with you my new video on 7 Ways to Identify Your Calling. Callings – listening for them, following them, and trusting them is the #1 practice that has positively shaped my life. Over time, as I studied my own callings and helped other people discern theirs’, I started to notice […]

Darling, We Went For It.

My old career was lovely and interesting, but I was in it because I was being more loyal to my fears than to my dreams.   (I know. Ouch. It felt like an ouch when I first said those words to myself too.)   Whenever I am telling this story and I say, “I was […]

No One Size Fits All

This is a Q&A post. Well, really it is a S&R post (situation and response). I don’t like the term “question and answer” for anything related to the big matters of life because 1) there’s no expert on those matters and 2) there’s no one answer for those questions. What I share here feels more […]

How I Got My Voice Back

There was a moment last Tuesday when I was watching the twitter stream about The Real Life: Poems for Wise Living, and the tears started rolling.   I was reading tweets about the poems, and it was clear they were making an impact.   Why the tears? Because that was a moment of homecoming, a […]

Play and Create

I saw a lot of bad art this weekend. And I was moved to tears by it.   I was crying from the moment I walked in to the San Francisco open studios exhibition, because what I found there, inside a nondescript warehouse, was twenty or so brightly lit artists spaces, full of music, happy […]

Announcing: Young Women's Small Group Coaching Circle

I’m so excited! I really am. Coaching is powerful. Circles are powerful. And young women are powerful.   So can you imagine just how fabulous a Young Women’s Small Group Coaching Circle is going to be?   Based on some inquiries, in November I’ll be launching a small group coaching circle for young women, age […]