TNP episode 7: Spirituality + Recovery with Trinity Donnelly MacRae

28 minutes

Our guest for this episode is Trinity Donnelly MacRae, founder of Divinely Inspired


Trinity


On today's show, we're celebrating Trinity's 17 years sober and we talk about the role of spirituality in addiction recovery. We touch on what it's like being "out" in recovery, and the importance of finding our tribe.


Recovering addict turned Gratitudaholic, Trinity dreams of living each day in an uplifting way. Her mission is to spread the love - one positive message at a time. The cure for stinkin’ thinkin’? Notes to self, she says. Posted everywhere! And a whole lotta help from your friends. When not designing products for her line of inspirational giftware, Trinity can be found hanging out with her 8  year old guru. Join Trinity on the Divinely Inspired journey and watch your attitude of gratitude grow!


To direct some of that divine love your way, Like her Facebook page and sign up for her email list!

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