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Hey Everybody! Today was the day for another episode of ours to launch. However, The Heart of the Matter has has some unexpected events come its ways in the past couple weeks.

Recently, Michael had to undergo emergency surgery and we have had to put some things on hold in order to accommodate our process in a good way while also allowing space to heal and deal with the unexpected.

We are incredibly grateful for your eyes, ears, and attention. We will be continuing but need to continue with a brief hold on our podcast to accommodate our own healing process. We will continue to update you so you know what to expect next.

We have a great episode featuring the Women’s March of San Diego that we can’t wait to share with you as well as some other exciting things we are cultivating.

As we have come very close to experiencing tragedy we hope this post can not only serve as news about our current status but also a reminder of the impermanence of life. Be grateful for today, tomorrow is never guaranteed. Remember your own self-care and remember to tell those you care about that you love them everyday, you may not have the chance tomorrow.

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