Peel back the layers.


Keri in Doorway

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Deeper Dive?

Think it’s time to start breaking down some thought paradigms?

Inspired by fresh ideas, mindful reflections, and a touch of soulful magic?

You’re in the right place! Whether I’m writing about the soul, the culture at large, midlife (which I am smack dab inside), parenting, or our political landscape, the underlying themes are always about:

personal authority
breaking down hierarchies

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You can also find my work scattered about the web. The Urban Howl, Elephant Journal, The Edge Magazine, The Good Men Project, Grown and Flown, Rebelle Society and others.

Take the Infinite Approach to Your Work and Your Future
  Photo by Johannes Plenio from Pexels Life is An Illusion “Hey kids, do you see that puddle of water on the road ahead of us?” my dad asked as my family traveled the North Dakota highways on a bright, sunny day. My two younger brothers in I, crammed together in the backseat, shifted our…
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Road in the desert

How to Move Into Wisdom Like a Crone

My favorite symbol is the triquetra, pictured above. It is a symbol that represents the “trinity”, for example: birth, death, rebirth creation, manifestation, destruction past, present, future Or, the triquetra can represent my personal favorite trinity: the Triple Goddess. The Triple...

In Our Fast-Changing World, a False Sense of Security Is the Only Kind There Is

The second half of the title of this post—“A false sense of security is the only kind there is,”—is a quote by storyteller and teacher Michael Meade, who himself attributes it to an old Irish poem. Whatever its roots, when...
Why Impulsivity is Sacred

Why Impulsivity is Sacred

I never create a word for the year, I rarely set New Year’s resolutions, either. Rather than resolutions, I try to live my life by Sankalpa, a Sanskrit word that means intention. The difference to me is an energetic one:...
Woman thinking

When Friendships Die and it’s Nobody’s Fault

This is our coffee shop. It’s where we always meet. It’s Friday. It’s the day we always meet. Normally, we spend hours here, sipping our coffees, laughing and telling bad jokes like teenagers, trying out new thoughts on each other...
Follow Your Heart, Not the Herd

Follow Your Heart, Not the Herd

The Lost Seeker A seeker, filled with passion and excitement, decides to leave home to travel to unknown places; to go straight into the hidden depths of the human heart; to dive right into the stillness and the silence where...
Traveling is a Muscle, and I'm out of Shape

Traveling is a Muscle, and I’m out of Shape

My husband and I recently returned from celebrating our wedding anniversary in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. We chose Cabo because it's where we honeymooned and visited several times after. It's relatively easy to get to and navigate around, the people...
The Adventure Of A (Human) Lifetime

The Adventure Of A (Human) Lifetime

Are we human beings having a spiritual experience, or are spiritual beings having a human experience?   Sitting in an auditorium for a 2014 event focused on women’s empowerment, the woman who had just finished her speech announced, “Before you...
Woman wearing sunglasses

Possibility Doesn’t Need a Purpose, So Neither Do We

Job-title-less If you’ve been following my work, you know that the one thing I reject more than anything is labeling myself. “What do you do?”, a seemingly innocuous question, feels like a shortcut way of trying to get to know me,...

The Seal Woman

The story I share below is a Scottish story called “The Seal Woman.” It is a story that is especially dear to me as it has to do with a woman’s skin, and her return to wholeness. This is a...

shed the old skin.