Wabi Sabi
Kelly Prentice on the beauty of imperfection

It’s a paradox I’m trying to figure out about work ethic in this time and place in history. On one hand, I know there is work to be done and I feel this sense of obligation to DO. Call it the Puritan work ethic, the Western mind, or the Virgo in me… And there’s that […]


“I nurture my relationships with attention and appreciation.” This was the centering thought for Day 11 of the “21-day Meditation Challenge” with Oprah and Deepak Chopra. These free audio clips are an incredible tool for beginning meditators.  Each meditation is deep enough –  yet short enough – to start beginners on a path of going […]


I learned the concept of “inner resource” from the FEAR to FREEDOM for pregnant moms certification I completed last year. Though I didn’t have a name for it before, I have always used an “inner resource” in my life — a place I can travel in my mind any time I need to feel totally […]

Photo by Michael Prentice

A wise friend and teacher of mine, Jessica Brown, once said, “Just be quiet more. It doesn’t have to be meditation.” Does the idea of meditation intimidate you? Not to worry!  You don’t need to meditate.  But you might want to try these simple steps to find clarity about issues you thought were beyond your […]


To me, wabi sabi is a constant reminder to find the beauty in imperfection.

I have always felt that what I take in through my senses has a deep and lasting effect on my soul.