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The Tide is High

...but I'm holding on. Blondie released this song in 1980 but it still speaks to me today. Her version is focused on a relationship, but I can't help but apply the themes to the spring. This seems like the busiest time of the year for everyone. May is the new December. April is the new May. And March is the top of the slide.


How do I manage the oncoming daily tide? How do I create healthy boundaries? How do I feel content? How do I become a better friend, parent, partner, or colleague? What do I really value and how can I get there?


I'm not the kind of girl to give up just like that. There are always obstacles in our way, but we're not going anywhere. We can make it through the mayhem of these coming weeks - and can even do so with joy. All we need is a reset... and some rest.


I'm convinced we can do this reset and rest together after talking to a large group of women and men this spring who had so many common themes showing up in their lives right now. We all share similar problems, and we all have unique circumstances. I'm sending love your way during this busy season. You are not alone in the spring chaos. One day at a time, sometimes one hour at a time, sometimes one minute at a time. Keep treading water. The tide is high... but so are our hopes.


Sign up for See Salt - just one Sunday afternoon, just one hour online, and it is FREE. This special day will be called “The Tide is High but I’m Holding On" and focus on ways to cope in the challenging month of May, no matter your season of life. Tune in to find ways to make the most hectic month of the year a lot more manageable - and maybe even a little bit fun! Can't make it? Sign up anyway and watch the replay. Those who attend will receive a coupon code to apply toward the full course called SALT that begins in August and is also online - just one hour a week for 12 weeks. A little bit of time, but a huge investment in finding space in life for the things that matter most.




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