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being awake

One of the 5 reflection questions I offered to you for the new year, and that I’m thinking about for myself is: What have you always believed about yourself that life is showing you might not be true? I love this question. More precisely, I love these moments when we are able to see that [...]

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Two Self-Care Traps…and Live Call Thursday

Last week, I shared 5 reflection questions for the new year: 1. What have you always believed about yourself that life is showing you might not be true? 2. Where do you complicate life by turning outward for advice or information instead of trusting the answer within? 3. What’s scary and what’s thrilling about trusting [...]

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5 questions & a live call for the new year

Hey there, For the past couple years, I’ve shared a set of questions for you to reflect on and journal about as you enter the new year. (Reflection, visioning, clarifying are WAY more helpful than New Year’s Resolutions, in my opinion!) Today, I’m sharing a new set of questions for 2014. I’m inspired here by [...]

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The Cure for Laziness

I’ve noticed this a lot lately: bright, capable women calling themselves lazy. “I’d love to write that book, but I’m just too lazy.” “I get really into meditating in the mornings for a few weeks, but then the laziness kicks in and I end up sleeping in in the morning instead.” “I should be doing [...]

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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 [...]

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Dream Road

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 Dream Road I remember well the moments when I first began to turn away from my own B+ life. I began to allow room for the truth — the [...]

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How I Got My Voice Back Plus SF Writing Workshops

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! Plus, scroll down to find out more about my upcoming writing workshops August 10th & 17th in San Francisco. Love, Tara How I Got My Voice Back There was a moment [...]

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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 [...]

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Or maybe you do.

First things first – a thank you. Thank you for the heartfelt, thoughtful birthday wishes. I couldn’t respond to each one individually, as there were hundreds, but I’ve been reading them over the past two weeks and have been so filled up by them. Thank you for taking the time to write, and for the [...]

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instead of judgment…

You’ve been “working on yourself,” paying more attention to living an intentional, healthy, happy life. Do you ever feel like now there’s a whole new set of things to judge yourself about? I’m supposed to be all about soul, so now I feel like I’ve failed whenever I get lost in ego. I’m working on [...]

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