Winter’s Most Popular Posts

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WinterThis winter I really feel like I’ve hit my stride as a blogger. It has been such a pleasure to share with you practices that I believe will enhance your life, as well as reflections on the personal things going on for me. In case you missed them, here is a review of my five most popular blog posts this winter.

Such Sweet Sorrow

Last week we moved from our home of 22 years into our new home on the hill. But for now, I have come back to our old house to say goodbye before the final closing. I sit alone here today and write as a way to say goodbye and thank you to this beautiful home. I look around at the empty building and feel the absence of our family’s spirit. We have moved on, and what is left is this lovely structure that will soon hold another family’s legacy….

Holiday Ease

Most of you can relate to how challenging it can be to deal with the added responsibilities of the holidays. After all, most of our schedules are already pretty maxed out. This is why I have decided to offer you some ideas this season on how to take even better care of yourself in the midst of all the festivities. Instead of trying to manipulate the outer circumstances of your life, I invite you to think of ways to boost your own personal experience of you. Think of it as an experiment with nothing to lose and everything to gain…

Feedback Welcome

I’ve been writing my blog for about nine months now, and I’ve been planning for it for over a year. I love compiling my thoughts, stories, and favorite healing practices to send out into the world. The best part for me is when I hear back from my readers in comments, social media posts, emails, phone calls, or around town. Knowing that my words connected with someone makes all of the hard work worthwhile. I thought that right now would be the perfect time to get some feedback from you, my readers, in a more organized way. That’s why I want to invite all of you to fill out an anonymous survey…

Getting Back on the Horse

For the past year and a half I have committed my time and energy to writing a book. I had hoped it would be complete by now, but it isn’t. I am very close, but in the midst of my great plan, there was a greater plan that stirred my priorities in another direction…

About the Author:

Sarah Brassard’s passion lies in teaching people how to create a foundation for self-care, a method of wellness that brings profound opportunities for transformation. She is the author of Inside: A Guide to the Resources Within to Stay Vibrant and Alive Through All Life’s Challenges. The book details the self-care practices and protocols that sparked her healing journey and that she has been sharing with students and clients for the past fifteen years.

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