devotion // liberty
100 questions to spark conversation & connection.
How I met the love of my life. (A true story about what happens when you say what is true.)
Don’t leave a hole where your finest work should go.
Write from a full cup.
I did it! vs. It was worth it. (There’s a difference…)
Who is living your dream?
It’s not OK.
What kind of “professional” do you want to be?
How to consult with a mystic (… and ask really good questions.)
Be the one who says “YES.”
Kindness is not a joke.
Don’t know what to write in your online dating profile? Try this.
How to ask someone on a date.
Good Question: How should I write a eulogy?
Still trying to “find your voice” as a writer? That’s not how it works.
If you were the best in the world at what you do, how would you behave?
You already know everything.
Let it hurt. Then get to work.
Just the right words. Just the right time. 3 stories to inspire you to say them.
Everything is marketing.
Don’t “write blog posts” or “launch products.” Create little miracles.
7 guidelines for writing emails that people actually want to read.
Good Question: I want to be a professional writer but I have zero experience. Help!
What I know about love.
Downsizing your joy? Stop that. Let us be happy for you.
Tired of waiting? Great. Start creating.
How to write a book. (See also: complete anything.)
33 prompts to unlock new blog posts and stories that need to be told.
You are a big deal.
9 sexy & adorable ways to give your partner some love.
No more excuses.
How to write a ridiculously sexy note (or text) to your sweetheart.
The 3 major flavors of “writer’s block.”
Fear Choice vs. Love Choice. Which will you choose?
What would Love do?
10 of my favorite first date questions.
A 75-word business plan.
Just be helpful.
Distracted? Overwhelmed? The question that brings me back home.
This is just a reminder.
Take back your power.
50 ways to be ridiculously generous — and feel ridiculously good.
On flakiness & devotion.
Poem: Origami stars.
21 mantras for people who are ridiculously, painfully, excruciatingly overwhelmed.
Fortunately, it is not required for happiness.
On simplicity, night visions & doing what you damn well please.
Poem: You are not confused.
How to practice Asteya — non-stealing of others’ time — in your work and everyday life.
How to attract people you can count on — in life, love & business.
21 mantras for people who are afraid of “missing out.”
30 mini-love notes for Valentine’s Day… or any day.
Poem: I want to be your lightning bolt.
The power of an unexpected “time out.”
I’m not that busy. Really.
Money amplifies your art.
I love you, but no.
3 lessons from 12 years of yoga.
Add to the love in the world.
Poem: The benefits of isolation.