Reset your week with casual, spiritual conversations about the things that come up in life. Tessa, Vanessa and Liz draw upon their backgrounds (coaching, meditation, herbalism, design, astrology) for honest and authentic conversations on culture and well-being. We all need a regular reminder to think bigger about our lives. Let's do it here.
Why It's Hard to Love Yourself
Are you your own toughest critic? Is it hard to show yourself the same empathy you give easily to other people? You're not alone. We're all born loving ourselves, but somewhere along the way, we start to believe that we are inherently not enough. In...
Be Bold. The Time is Now.
"Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?" - Mary OliverAs we learned from the Presidential election, the smallest actions can have an extraordinary impact. Just as every vote mattered, everything you do is important, no...
A History of My Mistakes - And How to Deal with Regret & Guilt
"Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better." -Maya Angelou.I've made more mistakes than most people I know, and while it's led to a rich life, I also carry my fair share of guilt and regret. In this episode, I...
Create Success by Slowing Down
Western Capitalist society makes us feel like we need to be constantly working, hustling, and trying to propel ourselves forward. In this episode, we talk about how slowing down can actually get you further ahead. This is especially important, because...
Why Do Good Things Happen to Bad People?
The Buddhist belief in Karma states that all good action bears good fruit, and all negative action produces negative fruit, but what do we make of our current world where toxic people like Trump can still succeed? Why do good things happen to bad...
How to Survive Emotionally Dark Times
2020 has made it easy to feel hopeless, anxious, fearful and self-critical. In this episode, we talk about strategies for pulling yourself out of Rock Bottom, and why challenges mean that joy is right around the corner.