Join us today for words of wisdom from the self-love guru Natalie Kristine Burrage. Loving your story and loving yourself are so closely aligned it’s hard to separate one from the other, so an expert on self-love is just the ticket. How does Natalie see the world and the people around her? What are her tips for leaning into a space of loving and appreciating yourself? Why is this one of the most important things you can do for the world and yourself? Listen and find out…
I’ve learned not to look off the cliff I don’t want to ride off – instead, I look at the trail ahead. It’s that trail that takes you away from the past and up to the overlook with the scenic view. When you bike you don’t look backward – you must look forward. The bike is the partner, the means, the vehicle, the tool for embarking on the journey, but it’s the lessons you learn along the way that makes the story rich. It IS about the bike for me, and it isn’t.
Martin Luther King Jr. said, “Darkness can’t drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate can’t drive out hate; only LOVE can do that.” Join us today for a discussion on love. While love is always needed, always in style, now more than ever in our crazy and torn world, we need to talk about love. We need to share stories about love.
I want to introduce you to Marvin Cassler. I found Marvin sitting at a booth representing the Pacific Coast Trail – also known as the PCT. This trail starts at the Mexican border and climbs straight up the US to the Canadian border. Endurance. Perseverance. Perspective. Marvin has hiked over 1000 miles of this trail, along with many other long trails, he’s also a super fan, but interestingly he also lives in a storage unit to cut down on expenses so he can travel and create the story he loves. Marvin is living on his own terms.
Though Becky Andrews is blind she hasn’t let that stop her from the super-human feats of tandem biking thousands of miles around the Western US, running the Boston marathon and the NY City marathon, or from becoming a licensed clinical mental health counselor, a mom, a wife, a business owner, and a life coach. But to do all of this she’s had to overcome fear and reframe difficult interpretations of a life without sight.