I started writing reflections

from my recovery from bed.

Writing them was a way to help reset my mind after 21 weeks of bed rest to help me heal. 


One day, I started sharing them, and when I did, I noticed something —

they helped heal others too.  


Hey, I'm Mandy

Today, all over the world, we are all healing from the same things that I once faced, (maybe not two unexpected spinal surgeries in one year), but the stuff that comes with it— immobility, isolation, a looming new normal, and a bit of the unknown.  


Like so many of us, I've been trying to figure out how I can best show up for service during this time.  One day, I stopped looking, and started listening—to every one of you who wrote to me, and shared your story after reading a bit of mine.  I started an active practice—responding to people all over the world through DMs and submissions on my website—authoring a thought to help elevate their mindset and share perspective to lean into when they need it most. Because of their responses, I knew this practice needed to be made accessible on a broader scale.  


Days later, The Daily Uplift was born. ­­


My goal with this project is to shed a bit of hope, optimism, and a simple light to carry us through the dark. And together, lift one another up.

I'm so happy you're here.

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We're in this


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Against the enormity that

brings us down,

it's simplicity that

lifts us up.