Chelsea’s Blog

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Authenticity in the Art of Relationships

“To the world you may be one person; but to one person you may be the world.”             -Dr. Seuss I absolutely adore this quote. It’s made me feel special when I’ve struggled with relationships. It’s given me hope. I think it encapsulates so many things that I feel about my loved ones and I […]

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Thoughtfulness Is So Underrated…

I was on one of my many walks with Moe when I felt my phone buzzing in my pocket. I pulled it out to see a text from my friend, Aastha, it read, “Chelsea are you home? I was going to head to Alana’s,” which is our favorite coffee shop, “so let me know if […]

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Nov 30
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Slow Your Roll-Why Am I Freaking Out About Nothing? And How To Stop

Have you ever gotten a text and thought, what the hell?! And then a few moments or hours or days later reread the same text and thought, woah, how did I interpret that message that way?  Or even have read the message completely wrong? Yeah, me too. Every single situation and interaction allows us to […]

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Social Butterfly Exhaustion

It’s so exciting. Things are starting to open up. We’re able to start seeing our people again, and I don’t know about you, but I’m freaking exhausted. It’s a beautiful exhaustion, but nonetheless, I am experiencing exhausting from so much socializing in person and on Zoom. So, this is a reminder that we may not […]

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The Promises We Make To Ourselves Are Of Value

I am guilty of overlooking my self-care. A lot. Even when I schedule it in my calendar I always seem to find a reason or an excuse or something that is more important because I’ve been trained to think that taking care of myself is selfish and of less value than my work or the […]

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How to show up for someone in grief

It’s really hard to know what to do when a friend is struggling with something really difficult. For example, grief. What do you do when a friend is grieving and there seems to be no “right” thing to say.  Well, let me let you in on a little secret—there is no right thing to say. […]

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Climbing to No Everest

Having faith is complicated and requires an element of trust, however, I sometimes find it’s one of the best ways forward. I have had a lot of people I love walk out of my life. Sometimes for no reason, sometimes with very good reason, and sometimes very much with me clinging to them begging them […]

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Grounding in Gratitude

People talk about gratitude a lot, so much so that I think we get desensitized to it sometimes. But there is a reason that so many people are talking about it. It’s because gratitude is life-altering. From the time I was just an itty bitty baby, my Dads ingrained in me a sense of what […]

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PB&J and Bales of Hay

When I was in first grade my class went on a field trip to a pumpkin patch. My Dad, as per usual, was chaperoning. It came time for lunch and I went to sit on a bale of hay next to my friend Isabella. I pulled my peanut butter and jelly that now had a […]

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Ferocious Infinite Love

Sometimes love is dignified. Sometimes love is silly. Sometimes love is the most fun in the world and sometimes love comes with challenges. I adore all kinds of love. I would like to think I am fluent in all love language with the amount that loving other people brings me joy. I also know that […]

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