Road Trip
03 August 2016

Road Trip

Last week was awesome, but I got to thinking. . .

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Notes on Gratitude
29 June 2016

Notes on Gratitude

I haven't written a gratitude post in a while, and I have much to be grateful for. Here's a list.

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Notes on Gratitude
30 April 2016

Notes on Gratitude

In honor of May is Mental Health month, and because I've reached the top of the earning heap again, thanks to you.

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Notes on Gratitude
06 April 2016

Notes on Gratitude

Last year, around Thanksgiving, I wrote a post about how I was feeling out of sorts and crying all the time. I had fallen into a hole of shoulds and the bully in my brain was having a field day with me.

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Notes on Gratitude
09 March 2016

Notes on Gratitude

This is my friend, Sue Schwartz. Sue and I have spent many afternoons talking about Brené Brown, creativity, and the dangerous outcomes we’ve experienced by comparing ourselves to others and coming up (at least in our own minds) short. In our own ways, we’ve striven to break free from detrimental patterns in our relationship with ourselves. Art has helped us to do so.

Click the photo to read more about why the art journaling class we're taking right now is so important. . .

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About Tracey

Tracey Yokas is a mom, wife, and friend with a passion for connection. She aspires to write her deepest truths so that others will know they are not alone and to eradicate the stigma and ignorance that surround mental illness. Tracey holds a BS in Communications from Ohio University and a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from California Lutheran University. Her writing hasn’t yet been featured anywhere, but she’s working on it! 

"We're all just walking each other home."

–Ram Dass

New Book

"Your book is coming together in a great story that I believe will touch people wholeheartedly. You are taking what was, at times, a very sad and difficult journey, and creating a way to share it and encourage others to maintain the course, to hope, to keep moving forward towards a better life. That's an incredible thing. The path that led you to here, to writing this book, to morph it as you went along, is coming together beautifully. That path, like ourselves and our lives,hasn't been "perfect"... but the end product will be amazing and change lives for the better."

- Susan S.

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