The Simplicity of Self-Care: An Interview

Do you ever get the feeling that something as seemingly simple as taking good care of yourself has become overly complicated and hard to attain? The truth is, it doesn’t have to be. Over and over again I learn the lesson that life might be busy, at times overwhelming and stressful, but ultimately how youContinue reading “The Simplicity of Self-Care: An Interview”

Expand your mind into possibility

I recently experienced a huge spike in business when I expanded my vision of what was possible.   Some may consider me a dreamer, and I do encourage people all the time to not limit themselves by thinking certain things aren’t possible in their lives, like loving their job, feeling great everyday, or finding aContinue reading “Expand your mind into possibility”

Falling in love is the ultimate meditation

In our youth, everything is rushed and feels urgent, of immediate and desperate importance. Falling in love at that time of life is the same. It sideswipes you and all of a sudden you are swept up in a dizzy fog, and can’t imagine that you ever felt any other way. You are all-in, regardlessContinue reading “Falling in love is the ultimate meditation”

The most important thing I do for my well-being

It is no secret that I am passionate about wellness. I firmly believe that if everyone were more focused on their own personal self-care, the world would be filled with joyful, energetic, and enthusiastically generous beings.   I have many self-care practices in my life, some daily, some weekly, some monthly, and some yearly, includingContinue reading “The most important thing I do for my well-being”

What to do when you feel panic setting in

There are those times when you have to buckle down and dive deep into a project that requires hours of focused attention and detailed work. There can be moments, especially if you are in unfamiliar territory, when you just want to pull your hair out and cry because you aren’t getting the results you’re lookingContinue reading “What to do when you feel panic setting in”

How to Stay Balanced Even When You Let Loose

Do you know that feeling when you travel, you’re so excited to be away from home and your regular work schedule, yet somewhere along the way you end up feeling exhausted, sluggish, and not your best self? I’m writing this post from Toronto, Canada where I am spending two weeks visiting family and friends andContinue reading “How to Stay Balanced Even When You Let Loose”

A True Story of Life Transformation

Working too many hours a day, feeling stressed all the time, grinding teeth, TMJ, constant tension in the body, and getting sick over and over again. “You name it. I was a mess and I knew that my life was out of balance.”   Sound familiar? I want to introduce you to Patty Carter Lin,Continue reading “A True Story of Life Transformation”

Not Your Doctor’s Checklist: The Top 4 Benefits of Doing Yoga

It may sound cliché, but yoga changed my life, and continues to with every practice. From that transformation, I have created this list of the top 4 benefits of doing yoga.   As a little preface, you should know that before yoga came into my life, I was a gym rat. I went to theContinue reading “Not Your Doctor’s Checklist: The Top 4 Benefits of Doing Yoga”

Go from Crazy to Confident in 5 Minutes

Perhaps your finances are a mess. Maybe your life is in transition and you’re feeling uncertain and scared. Or you’re just yearning to invite more love into your life.   With the speed of life as it is, and all the demands and expectations we place on ourselves, it’s not uncommon to find yourself feelingContinue reading “Go from Crazy to Confident in 5 Minutes”

Keep It Simple: How to Meditate, Really

Welcome to week two of my three part May Meditation Series!  I hope you enjoyed last week’s video on alternate nostril breathing, and that in practicing that gloriously calming technique, you’re ready to take it to the next level with a seated breath meditation.   I won’t go into too many details here as thisContinue reading “Keep It Simple: How to Meditate, Really”