Why your 20s matter

Carrie JordanFeminine Leadership

I have been doing a lot of research on the life decade: the 20s, lately because at times I feel lost and I know my peers feel the same way. I resolved to bring myself out of the dark, into the light by educating myself about what this time really means and what I am really supposed to be focusing … Read More

Crystal Visions

Carrie JordanWomb Wisdom

Right now, along with a dear friend, I am taking a goal-setting class on Skillshare.com (an awesome online learning resource!) with Susanne Conrad, an inspiring and wonderful teacher who also works with Lulu Lemon. You can set goals for yourself by imagining the ideal vision you have for your life in 5 year increments. Imagine your life without any of … Read More

Laughter is medicine

Carrie JordanEarth Wisdom, Feminine Leadership

Wile E. Coyote's business card

You are enough. Don’t pretend you are already there when you know you have a lot to learn. Make decisions on the belief that you can deal with their consequences, not with the fear that you can’t. You can choose your behavior, but you can’t control your behavior’s outcome. This is real confidence.

Living in the material world

Carrie JordanEarth Wisdom

George Harrison, who we all know as the lead guitarist for the Beatles, was a very humble, quiet man. What we might not know about is his inspiring spiritual journey, documented in the biographical movie George Harrison: Living in the Material World. Cut with archival material from the Beatles’ early days and George’s early life, interviews with George himself, his … Read More

Where ideas comes from

Carrie JordanEarth Wisdom

Seth Godin wrote a blog post about where ideas come from. When I think of ideas, I think of art and inspiration, as in ideas for a piece or something I want to create. Here’s my list of where artistic inspiration or “ideas” come from. 1. Ideas come from dreams. 2. Ideas come from listening to music. 3. Ideas come … Read More

The Goddess Principle

Carrie JordanEarth Wisdom

View New York Times article and slideshow on African art I love mermaids. This has been on my inspiration board for a week. I’m taking an African Politics class this semester and one aspect of politics/culture that we read about is the goddess principle. According to the goddess principle, women are central to the production of life. The notion that … Read More