Stories have to be told or they die, and when they die, we can't remember who we are or why we're here. —Sue Monk Kidd, 'The Secret Life of Bees'
<p>After learning of my husband’s multiple affairs and years of deceit, I chose to transform my pain by surrendering to it and living in “real time.” I was a spiritual seeker and life-long storyteller, but could I rise above my own story of betrayal to gratefully embrace the present moment? </p>
<p>It’s 1968 in Holland, Michigan, and Sally Van Sloeten wants to know why her father doesn’t love her. Her mother, sister, and brother call her dad a deadbeat and never want to see him again, but Sally vows to find him in time for a Father/Daughter banquet, even if it means running away with a gas station attendant named Cash. She doesn’t care that her brother Lenny was arrested for breaking Cash’s nose. She won’t let Lenny’s explosive temper stand in her way, and she’s too preoccupied to wonder what has him so angry. All she knows is that she has to be like the other girls, whether it’s at the banquet or in the front seat of Cash’s car. But as Sally realizes her dream, her mother reveals a painful secret that sends her spinning out of control. </p>
<p>Kids enter the world with wonderful sensitivities but over time can lose their ability to trust their choices. By tuning into the energy around them and in their food, kids are empowered to feel their best on all levels: body, mind, and spirit. With the help of a friendly ant, a little girl named Genevieve walks us through her way of choosing a meal, letting her fingers lead the way.</p>
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I’m so happy you’re here! Are you ready to find your purpose, live out loud, joyfully share yourself and your story? Are you eager to be inspired, so you can inspire others? There is a reason you landed here, at this moment. Perhaps you need practical help — some I’s dotted or T’s crossed. You might be looking for a book to read. Or maybe you desire connection to something greater than yourself, but don’t know where to start.
I’m here to use my love of language, my gift of storytelling, and my commitment to intuitive living to reveal Spirit on a grand scale. I do this through my own writing, and by helping YOU reclaim, refine, or rewrite your own stories.
Are you ready to remember who you are? Let’s be here together!
Recent Blog Posts
October 6, 2015 |
What does it mean to live intuitively? And what does food have to do with it? In this unique two-for-one class you’ll learn how to trust your gut in more ways than one. I will share “6 Steps to More Intuitive Living” and lead a group angel oracle card reading. Michelle Halaska, a raw foods chef and holistic wellness practitioner, will discuss eating intuitively and demonstrate/serve a raw food recipe. You’ll leave with an understanding of: – how the energy of food affects your overall wellness. – how to clear the “static” that keeps you from hearing your inner voice. – how to use angel oracle cards for guidance. – how to tap into your...
July 23, 2015 |
It’s 5:23 a.m. on a Sunday and I am awake. I reach for my phone. There is no text from my 13-year-old son, who is in China, and my brain jumps straight to the conclusion that he must have gotten lost in a crowded Beijing market. In the pale light of dawn, this thought seems as plausible as any other. In the space of 24 hours, my three children have been on three separate airplanes. My predominant summer anxiety has always been around how to keep them all busy. This summer they are suddenly off to see the world—my 15-year-old son to a camp in California, my 10-year-old daughter to visit family in New York, and my...
June 25, 2015 |
The Facebook message started: Tammy, I am a producer on Chelsea Handler’s new documentary series for Netflix…One of the films is on marriage…I was hoping you might share your story with Chelsea. I re-read this several times with what I considered an impressive amount of skepticism, but honestly, I am not immune to words like producer, series, Los Angeles. So after taking 30 minutes to wander around my house pretending that I wasn’t a bit interested and it was all a mistake anyway, I did as the guy asked and called him. He had read my story on the Huffington Post Divorce blog and was offering to fly me to their LA studio to be interviewed by...