Letting go of addictions that squash our emotions

Carrie JordanWomens Wisdom

Our society is addicted to sugar, coffee, TV, the internet, food, shopping, our phones, and lots of other things. We squelch and squash our emotions back into our bodies by self-medicating with our addictions, avoiding our feelings and our lives. Even if you let go of one of these, another one will pop up to replace it. Avoidance and addictions are tricky like … Read More

How I gave up caffeine and alcohol

Carrie JordanWomens Wisdom

When we meet up with friends, we often say, “Want to meet for coffee?” “Want to get a drink?” These lovely beverages have become a past time and a part of our society.

Why 30 is not the new 20

Carrie JordanLife Design, Womens Wisdom

“Claiming your 20s is one of the simplest, yet most transformative things you can do for your work, for love, for your happiness, maybe even for the world.” — Meg Jay PhD

Healing and grounding foods for health

Carrie JordanWomens Wisdom

Photo Source  I have had a nasty cold for about a week now, and in the past I have found that a good way to help your body recover is by grounding both with root vegetables and grounding foods like chocolate (not too much sugar though!) and nuts. I have been making huge pots of what I call Root Soup … Read More

Management: Mutual Respect and Humility

Carrie JordanWomens Wisdom

We spend more than 40 hours per week with our co-workers. I spend more time with my coworkers than I spend with my friends, my boyfriend, or my family. So, it is important that the environment I work in is filled with mutual respect, humility, and most of all, that it facilitates my growth and my coworkers’ growth. Clayton Christensen, … Read More

Crystal Visions

Carrie JordanWomens 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