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Against My Maternal Instinct

We quickly hugged and kissed on a narrow sidewalk alongside a busy street in Cusco, Peru. There was only a moment to bid farewell to

Another Perfect Moment

A few weeks ago my daughter Christina, who is a senior in college, stopped home for dinner—with her entire college soccer team. I prepped all

Stoked By Fall

Slam, slam. Rev, rev. And away we drove from the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in the beautiful Berkshire mountains, away from a five-day

Are you a WE or a ME?

As published by SimpleReminders.com There are two types of people in this world. Those who make you feel really good about yourself and those who leave

What is your “Yes?”

For the past two years I’ve been writing a book, a guide actually, to showing up and living life fully. The process from conception to

The Pulse of Thunder

There’s a palpable energy that hangs in the air before a thunderstorm. I feel it in my bones. As nature prepares, I do the same

Catch a Glimpse of Being Fully Alive

As seen on SimpleReminders.com Step beyond your busy mind, rise above your doubt and worry, and you will shift into a place, a state of

Living On The Verge: Thank you for showing up—for me

Last week, as I was showing up for Cayman’s parents, you were showing up for me—all of you—when I needed you most. Your tremendous response to my post picked me up and recharged my spirit. It was as if you were right by my side ready to offer a hug.

Against My Maternal Instinct

We quickly hugged and kissed on a narrow sidewalk alongside a busy street in Cusco, Peru. There was only a moment to bid farewell to our 20-year-old daughter Julianna, who is spending 4 months in South America. We savored our last day together with a leisurely hike to an Incan site followed by a long

Another Perfect Moment

A few weeks ago my daughter Christina, who is a senior in college, stopped home for dinner—with her entire college soccer team. I prepped all day, making yummy food and creating a cozy/homey atmosphere complete with a fire in the fireplace and warm apple cider. The bus pulled up and out they came—all 25 of

Stoked By Fall

Slam, slam. Rev, rev. And away we drove from the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in the beautiful Berkshire mountains, away from a five-day retreat called Being Fully Alive: The Joy of Clarity, Strength, and Freedom, away from a fantastic few days with my teaching partner Jennifer Schelter and our new best friends, and

Are you a WE or a ME?

As published by SimpleReminders.com There are two types of people in this world. Those who make you feel really good about yourself and those who leave you feeling left out in the cold and hung out to dry? The ones that make you feel really good acknowledge your birthday, your good work, and even your smile.

What is your “Yes?”

For the past two years I’ve been writing a book, a guide actually, to showing up and living life fully. The process from conception to finding an agent, a publisher, and completing the manuscript has consumed my life. I’ve been waking at 4:00 am to write before teaching yoga and managing my business. As my

The Pulse of Thunder

There’s a palpable energy that hangs in the air before a thunderstorm. I feel it in my bones. As nature prepares, I do the same by slowing down or stopping altogether. I wait in stillness. As the storm moves in, my energy intensifies. Electricity runs through me lighting up my every cell. I’m alert and on edge while calm

Catch a Glimpse of Being Fully Alive

As seen on SimpleReminders.com Step beyond your busy mind, rise above your doubt and worry, and you will shift into a place, a state of a pure awareness — where you know who you are and you like what you see. In this space, in this slice of stillness, you glimpse a perfect reflection. Time

Living On The Verge: Your Slice of Stillness

Drop your drama and step beyond your busy mind and you will shift into a space—a pure awareness—where you know who you are and you like what you see. In this space, in this slice of stillness, you will see the perfect reflection of your being-ness. Glimpsing this perfect reflection over and over, even for a short period of time, you begin to trust

Living On The Verge: Thank you for showing up—for me

Last week, as I was showing up for Cayman’s parents, you were showing up for me—all of you—when I needed you most. Your tremendous response to my post picked me up and recharged my spirit. It was as if you were right by my side ready to offer a hug.

Cara Bradley - Motivational Speaker and Author

Cara Bradley

Business Builder | Mentor | Disrupter

Life is not a dress rehearsal. Let’s go. I’ll meet you at the edge of possible.  

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