how to use your intuition to make big decisions

Yesterday I shared on The Everygirl how I’ve learned to use my intuition to make big life decisions. There are three simple ways that I’ve found are often most reliable when I really need to be looking inward.

I encourage you to read it if you have a big choice to make in some area of your life. Hopefully it will help you access the part of you that already knows the answer you seek.

To stay true to my own gut, I’ve also decided to lay pretty low on the wedding planning this summer. I’ll be¬†traveling six out of the next thirteen weekends, have two workshops, two long distance weddings, a move, and puppy to prepare for. So though I may do things here and there, there may not be much about the wedding on MML for a little while.

However, tomorrow I’ll share how Mr. Lively proposed. Since you all found out via his post the same time that he proposed, I figure it’s fitting to share a bit of the story.

Again, you can read The Everygirl column right here.


photo via The Everygirl by Stoffer Photography


This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. Helena

    As a fellow bride-to-be, I’m so excited for you!

    Planning is fun, just keep the end-goal in sight. I followed about 100 Pinterest wedding boards as I knew the engagement was looming close, and now I have and follow about five. I had a billion ideas for DIY projects and little touches. Now, I’d marry my fiance in a Pizza Hut if, at the end of the day, I get to be his wife. That’s all that matters.

    You have a huge community here that loves you and can’t wait to see what you plan, but I hope that’s not a source of additional stress or anything. You are so good at staying true to yourself, I’m sure you will be just fine!

  2. Joyce

    I originally found your corner via PVE and find all your advice and articles interesting to read. I like how you keep things real. ūüôā

    BTW Every Girl did an article not too long ago on a friend of mine, Michelle Kohanzo.

  3. What a great feature. Happy to have found your blog through Everygirl. I am in the process of making some huge life choices and this was most helpful!

    Looking forward to coming back for more.


  4. Lori

    Thank you Jess! I spotted your article yesterday and it was just what I needed. I’m planning to carve out some time over the next week or so to just be with myself without all the other usual distractions and really listen to what my body is feeling and not all the thoughts swirling around in my head.

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