Our Real Work: Jess Ryan, MS

Coaching and consulting. Something's calling. It's your life.

October 9, 2016
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i am mother.

This week’s post is a guest post written by my colleague and friend Emily Brown. We are co-teaching a local workshop called I Am Mother. Check it out HERE.   I often wish that my children could have met me … Continue reading

June 5, 2016
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From insects to intuition and bbqs to boundaries

I blame the change on the sun. It’s light out longer and people are up later, outside more, generally more relaxed. We eat outside. Walk, run. Finally see people who were buried in snow drifts all winter. Maybe we get … Continue reading

February 14, 2016
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Why A Good Relationship Will Make You Question Everything

As a caveat to this post, you may not have relationship “issues”. But, if you get really honest, and examine the interactions with your family, friends, partners, or pets you’ll find most of us have some sort of issue. Since … Continue reading

January 18, 2015
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Three Quick Steps to Better Boundaries…These Also Double As Cool Party Tricks

A number of questions and inquiries were spurred after my two most recent blog posts on the solar plexus and sacral chakras. A common request was, “How do I realistically stay in my center and act like myself in every … Continue reading

July 16, 2014
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9 Reasons Why Being a Parent Is Pretty Much the Same Thing as Being Enlightened

Watch out Gandhi. Mother Teresa. Sai Baba. Buddha. Parenthood is the new Jedi training for those on a path of awakened contentment, a deeper sense of connection and purpose, and spiritual meaning. According to Merriam-Webster, enlightenment refers to the “full … Continue reading