Sheena Jeffers

Care Less – Or Not at All – About How You’ve Been Told to Appear in this World

Remember with me the childhood you. Pick any age you’d like to recall. Go back in time with me to the child who peeled the coverings off of your Crayons; the child who sold lemonade; the child who ran through tall green grass at high speeds. Remember with me the child who sang passionately out…

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Decide to Care

One of the heaviest truths that weighs on my heart is that we as a society have learned–and go as far as teaching our young–how to not care. … Read about Decide to Care

Stop Waking Up Prepared for War Every Day. Ready Yourself for Love

When we wake up in the morning, often our first thoughts are of agenda, to-do lists, body aches, resentment at how early it is or a rolodex of all that we don’t have in this life. This mindset is preparing our minds, hearts and bodies for nothing but confrontation throughout the day: you are preparing…

Mind & Body Feel Separated? 10 Quick & Easy Ways to Get Back Into Your Body

It’s easy to become so mental! How do you know you’re stuck in your head instead of listening to the feelings and feedback of your body? You start living only by lists You feel hurried You can’t sleep due to over-thinking You can’t recall the last time you ate or went to the bathroom You…

Feeling stuck? Re-energize your life today

You know those days when it’s hard to feel still in your own skin? You can’t always pinpoint the source of the fidgets, but it’s there and you find yourself in a blah-ness wondering, “What am I doing?” I talk about this stuck place a lot with friends, family, and clients in an effort to…

Get gritty: Because love is never the wrong thing to do

My heart is full of gratitude for the opportunity to speak at Mindful Mornings and for every human heart beat that was present to hear my story. I thought long and hard about what I wanted to say; sometimes, it’s hard to know what story to tell; sometimes, it’s hard to find the words. When…

Dealing With: When Will What I’m Doing Be Enough?

We wake up in the morning. We stretch, rub our eyes, and from that moment on we try. We try to work hard, be a generally decent person. We try to achieve our goals and set new ones. We try to communicate our feelings, disperse our time and energy around to the people who want…

Dealing With: When it’s Time to Go

The woman had fruit and the gatherings of what will eventually be a salad in her basket. Latched onto her left leg was a toddler on the verge of a complete breakdown. Tears were welled up. The muscles in his face were contorted and strained. His little arm muscles were squeezed around her leg. Any…