As a mother, it makes me very happy knowing I’ve helped to equip my son with such an important life skill. One that personally took me years to learn.
Earlier this month I was feeling quite lost. Unsure of where I was headed. And what I wanted. What I really, really wanted in life. And that was causing me a lot of anxiety. As facing the unknown often does. I was used to hearing the voice of my intuition. To knowing what felt right, and … Continue reading Reconnecting with my intuition
I once heard grief is like a thumbprint. That no two are alike. Now, more than ever, I really get that. Grief is different for everyone. After losing my mother a few months ago, I began my own roller coaster ride of grief. Sometimes I felt terribly sad. That she, my one and only mother, … Continue reading You gotta feel to heal
The other week I had an epiphany. It was time for me to tell the truth. The real truth. I'd been holding onto something that I needed to share. For the sake of my own sanity. And my health. It's ironic really. As a Life Coach it's the last thing I'd recommend anyone do: hold onto … Continue reading The truth will set you free
A girlfriend of mine recently said something that gave me pause. Perhaps I hadn't yet found a man worthy of me. Worthy of me? What a concept! It seems so basic. Yet I realized the truth of it as soon as she said it. That I've actually had it backwards all my life. I've been trying … Continue reading Am I worthy of love?
Believe me, no one is more surprised than I am by the joy I've gotten from blogging. I started not long ago in response to a challenge from a coaching friend of mine. I happened to mention to her in passing that I'd been playing with the idea of blogging for years. The next thing … Continue reading Why blog, you ask?
Why is it that some weeks feel so darn hard compared to others? Everything can be rolling along just fine and then...bam! You feel like a mack truck hit you. This has definitely been one of those weeks for me. One minute I felt excited and inspired. The next, all bent out of shape. Strangely … Continue reading Do less, be more