Self care is not all bubble baths, scented candles, and walks on the beach. Today it’s buying myself a fricking hearing aid to keep that part of my brain active and healthy. Keeping it real. Continue reading
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Friday I left a voice message for my estranged mother to tell her I love and appreciate her. It took me four tries to build up the courage to speak to her answering machine. This is my first communication to her in over a decade. I told her that if she was open to it, I’d love to come by and give her a kiss goodbye before she moves across the country. Maybe even introduce her to my husband. And if she’s not open, that’s perfectly okay, too. I love her and wish her every happiness. She … Continue reading
There is Nothing Wrong With You Morgana: Hi, this is Morgana, and what I appreciate about my little cactus bunch here is, they are really prickly. I mean, these are some sharp points. But, brought together, look at what beauty they create. And that’s kinda like life. So, those of you who joined me for my talk about my dad’s Alzheimer’s and my grandma and grandpa, who, like, I grew up so close to, who are really approaching end of life, and now my cat’s hiding in a closet, so I’m thinking she’s not feeling well, it was a really … Continue reading
If you’re somebody who has an urge–even a compulsion–to help others, this article is for you.
Because sometimes that impulse to help backfires and blows up in our face. Continue reading
More money, true love, a community of women, and a rollicking good time: entrepreneur and author Catherine Oliven reviews her Money Goddess Experience at Morgana Rae’s retreat in Bali… and her results after the retreat. Continue reading
This is the deepest, most personal video to come out of my Ultimate Money Goddess retreats in Bali, tears and all. Definitely my favorite. If you’re curious about what the event is REALLY about, and what happens, watch this: Continue reading
Frankly, I think New Year Resolutions are bullshit. They’re typically born from a place of failure, hurt, and self-abuse. And they set you up for more of the same.
I just set a theme and decide what I want to learn this year. I also tune into what’s ready to happen. And EVERYTHING gets accomplished. It just happens. Every year. Without forcing or failure. Continue reading