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Navigating Life’s Journey through Power Questions

As a certified creativity and life purpose coach for highly-creative and spiritually-minded women, I’m always exploring various scenarios with questions. I have an innate curiosity to know “who, what, where, when, why – and how.” This curiosity was instrumental in my early days as a television, radio, and print journalist. It also plays a key […]

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How Can Winter Inspire Your Creative Genius?

The winter season is a wonderful time to immerse yourself in the creative process! It brings a rich opportunity to awaken the “creative genius within” by exploring the gifts that are found in nature’s darkness. It allows us to reflect on our personal and creative journeys, taking a closer look at who we are – underneath […]

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Play, Explore, Discover

As a certified creativity coach and life purpose alchemist, I work with divinely-inspired artists and writers on their creative process, helping them sort through their many ideas so they can choose a project that’s fully aligned with their life’s work and their bigger authentic vision. A lot goes into the creative process, from idea to planning […]

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The Power of Your Creative Ripple

One of my biggest spiritual teachers was my mother. The unfortunate thing is – she never knew it. And truthfully, neither did I – until she transitioned from the human realm to the spiritual realm. It was this transition that magnified the power of my own teachings about life purpose legacy, helping solidify that everything […]

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Sarah’s Gift: Believing in the Magic

As a certified creativity coach and life purpose alchemist, I work with divinely-inspired artists and writers on their creative process, helping them sort through their many ideas so they can choose a project that’s fully aligned with their authentic vision. A lot goes into the creative process, from idea to planning to implementation to completion. And […]

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