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live it to give it is all about love and connection. Being authentic. Living our lives and sharing it with others. Life is messy and so is this blog. Somedays my organized coach self shows up. Other days it's my vulnerable author. There's a mom that lives inside me alongside a wife, friend, creative muse, ponderer extraordinaire, and multitude of others. I'll introduce you to people who inspire me and offer a peek into my world that very likely intersects with your world. In other words, I will share life in its full, glorious mess with you. I'm honored you're here and I hope you'll come back soon!!  Cheers! Kayce 


Entries in Transformation (6)


Pondering: The Small Things

The small things. A grain of sand. Bumblebee wing. Baby’s laugh. Child’s tear. Are they so small, really?

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Pondering: Truth found in silence 

At my writing group, our facilitator read us a poem called "Winter Grace" by Patricia Fargnoli and invited us to write for twelve minutes on whatever moved us, either from the poem, our evening together, or life. Following the free flow of words is magic, simple and pure.

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Down-to-the-bones Traveling & Beginning Again

I’ve been traveling. Big traveling. Far away and deep inside kind of traveling. Across oceans, past boundaries, down-to-the-bones traveling. And now I am home with a journal full of memories and a photo catalogue filled with images. I want to write and share and process, but I am scattered.

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What I Don't Know

Near the end of our panel presentation, an audience member posed this question to the group: As an author, what do you wish you’d known sooner? I froze. Nothing. Nada. Zip… [as Daisy would say]. I shook my head and sat back to listen to my wise colleagues’ answers. Then something stirred inside me and I reached for the microphone.

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Following Wisdom: Can I? Will I? Will You?

It’s time for me to do some deep listening and trust that all things really are connected. It’s time to believe the story I tell my coaching clients and friends and associates; the story that says trust yourself.

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