Sherri Connor


Breathing

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This is so basic. Sitting still and just breathing is not always easy. Here is a great Ted Talks that will walk you through a practice that may help! I… Read more

How does one become a runner?

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This is a great question! Maybe a better question is, “Why do you want to run?” It’s good for my cardiovascular system and good for my waistline. I really like… Read more

Self love is not selfish

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As a recovering codependent, it’s taken a long time to recognize my own worth. Being a part of this Jesus community has helped so much. Here’s an article that summarizes… Read more

Yoga with Adriene – My Morning Routine

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There is a lot of information telling us how important it is to begin our day with a solid foundation. Yoga with Adriene is my go-to almost every morning –… Read more

Vulnerability – Brene Brown

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I’ve already confessed that I am a Ted Talks enthusiast. I love this one for many reasons, but mainly because Brene Brown is real, which gives everyone, including me, permission… Read more

Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone

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There were several things in this Ted Talk that resonated with me. Keeping up with a shoe habit and skydiving. What are the things that resonated with you? Enjoy! Sherri

How to Get What You Want

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This is one of the best Ted Talks ever – it’s the one that helped me “Stop It” when it comes to hitting the snooze button. Mel Robbins is hilarious… Read more

Words of Wisdom from Anne Lamott

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In my limited spare time, I enjoy writing. This means I gather a lot of inspiration from other writers. Anne Lamott, sometimes called a hippie grandma, is a favorite, and… Read more

For the Love – my buddy Jen Hatmaker

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Okay, it’s true, I’m a big Jen Hatmaker fan. But also, when someone speaks into my life, I tend to listen to them whether it’s words on a page or… Read more

Of Mess and Moxie

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Hey there – Many of you already know this, but perhaps a few have missed out on this amazing book by Jen Hatmaker. Be warned – it could bring you… Read more