About Tiffany

Tiffany’s interest since the birth of this blog in April 2015 has been to share her growing understandings of how to use emotional trials for personal growth. Instead of shrinking during the transition from marriage to single parenthood, Tiffany chose to give voice to her trials and share her emotional struggles and triumphs while she blossomed. Since the beginning, it has been Tiffany’s hope to share her unfolding in a way that helps us all to unlock each of our own individual mysteries.

With each person’s candle that is lit,
we each begin to see more clearly.
~Tiffany C.


The Sanskrit mantra Lokah Samastha Sukhino Bhavantu captures the essence of Tiffany’s wish for what she’s sharing with this blog:  May all beings everywhere be happy and free, and may the thoughts, words, and actions of my own life contribute in some way to that happiness and to that freedom for all.

“This I know…”
Tiffany C.

Cycles end, cycles begin.
As sure as the arc of the pendulum drops
It rises up again.
When it swings wildly to and fro
There will be a calm to follow,
The struggles we face today,
give us our strength for the morrow.
Yes, this I know.

For in life there is balance.
It cannot all be high
It cannot all be low.
This I know.

I share my lessons to gain
A higher perspective,
To process the message
And more to share the method
of what helped to move beyond the mundane
To see the light once again
through the rain, the pain.

Cycles end, cycles begin.
As sure as the arc of the pendulum drops
It rises up again.
When it swings wildly to and fro
There will be a calm to follow,
The struggles we face today,
give us our strength for the morrow.
Yes, this I know.


Image by Tiffany C.


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      1. Thanks. Does it have Hindu or Buddhist roots? It made me think of mandalas which are very interesting (or became so to me, at least, after reading Jung’s take on them). Best wishes, K.

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      2. Thank you so much. I’m sor.ry you can’t like and comment…not sure why, but if it’s a technical problem


      3. Thank you. How strange…no still getting lots of likes and comments from elsewhere. Very best wishes for 2016.


      4. You’re welcome! In looking further, I can comment and like from the website, just not from the WordPress reader. (I can comment and like the posts of other bloggers from the WordPress reader). Not sure what would change that for you.

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  1. Hey there, thank you for writing about so many interesting topics. Hard to keep up with reading many posts from, while life goes on and other things keep me busy.
    But I’m really interested in the wisdom you gathered, I’m hope you’re sharing more with us. 🙂

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  2. Didn’t feel right to not leave a comment on the “About” Section. Who would not want to appreciate this sweet person on a page she describes about herself. Your kids will grow up to be great human beings and that I believe is the epitome of life.

    Good luck and Godspeed my friend,

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      1. True. By the way, children never appreciate their parents, until they are parents themselves. So do not let the kids tell you otherwise. You are a good mum and I trust that!

        I am single and probably younger than you, so don’t take my word for it, if you do not wish to. But I have seen enough around me to form my thoughts. So you better believe me when I say I trust you to be a good mum. 🙂

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  3. Tiffany, After reading your About page I think we may be the same person! Haha. Love to you. Can’t wait to read your blog. Hope you check out more of mine, a crazy array of topics to choose from. I love how your blog is formatted here. So cool. Very unique. I haven’t seen one like it before. Kudos!
    Here is my website if you want to check that out as well.
    It is a totally separate animal as I don’t like my private life to melt into my business life to the extend that I expose myself on my blog.

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  4. One more thing. I absolutely loooove your quote. Perfect. I had the “original” posted on my frig for a long time….””Thousands of candles can be lighted from a single candle” from a Japanese book rewording the Buddha’s words. Now maybe I’ll post yours on my frig. 🙂

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    1. Oh, my! I didn’t know about that quote… This was something that came into my mind when I was thinking about my blog and my purpose in life.
      Interesting that when I was initiated as a Blessing Giver that our ability to help others and light more candles would grow exponentially. I had already coined the phrase above and I just realized that connection writing you now. Maybe I can find it in my archives.

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    1. Oh, I am so honored. Thank you! This is a nice surprise, truly! I will do my best to reply in kind, though no commitments. ☀️🙂 Just got back from travel and I’m spent. Please know I’m very humbled and grateful, my posting or not posting in reply is not a reflection of this! Thank you, again! ❤️

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      1. Thank you. It’s been 5 yrs but it doesn’t go away. You learn to cope with it like everything else in ways that you understand : ) but I’m always open to talk about things : 0 Drop me a line anytime : )

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  5. My goodness, I love your blog. I found it when surfing a mutual WordPress site we both visit. (MrM) Your entries on mirror work bless me as this is something I’ve been working on for awhile in attempt to 1) increase self love, and 2) move toward being comfortable on camera and video.

    Would you be at all comfortable interacting via email? I have something I’d prefer not to share on a public page. I admire your level of confident freedom and must admit I’m not quite there yet! No worries if you’d rather not do that.

    Warmest regards. xoxo

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