In a world determined to scare you into submission, showing up to shine is not only an act of defiance. It’s a declaration of love and devotion.

Join me for an experiment on social media, Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok for the next three weeks (9/26 – 10/17). I’m posting a two-minute grounding video every morning around 8 o’clock to see what happens when we focus on ourselves in body, mind, and soul instead of the details, problems, and drama beyond our control. I show up with a fresh face in my bathrobe to connect with you while we breathe and tune into the present moment. It’s surprising how fast two minutes can go! So far, it’s been tremendous fun and a wonderful way to kick off the day! I hope to see you there.

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