How to fall in love daily

Photo by Fabrizio Verrecchia on Unsplash   I’ve been thinking a lot about my ex-boyfriend. What if I hadn’t broken up with him? What if we were still together? How might my life and relationship be different?   These were questions that came up in a coaching conversation recently. Not out of loneliness, but out of restlessness andContinue reading “How to fall in love daily”

When one person heals, we all heal

Happy Thanksgiving!   What are you reflecting on today? Perhaps you’re looking around and bursting with gratitude for all that surrounds you – your family, your friends, your home, an abundance of delicious home-cooked food (or amazing take out). I’m exceedingly grateful for all those things too, and I also find myself being thankful forContinue reading “When one person heals, we all heal”

What does it mean to be a woman? (Part II)

What does it mean to you to be a woman? Being a woman means honoring all the fluctuations of existence.  Sometimes that means working hard, sometimes resting hard, but most of all it means tuning into your body and understanding where you are in your cycle. What is special about being a woman? Is thereContinue reading “What does it mean to be a woman? (Part II)”

What does it mean to be a woman? (Part I)

As I sit and write this, it’s International Women’s Day!   Rather than write a long personal reflection, I feel compelled to pose a few questions…some of my favorite questions to explore!   What does it mean to you to be a woman?   What is special about being a woman?   What and/or whomContinue reading “What does it mean to be a woman? (Part I)”

The truth about the holidays

How are you feeling about the beginning of the holiday season? Excited? Anxious? Stressed-out? Depressed?   While this is no doubt a celebratory time and an opportunity to gather with loved ones, the truth is, it often evokes heavy feelings of sadness, loneliness, and holiday depression. With all the joy being shoved in your faceContinue reading “The truth about the holidays”

Four principals of abundance and success

My favorite radio station in LA, KCRW, a nonprofit that survives and thrives on public support, teaches some valuable principals of abundance and success. As much as we might want those things, they can cause a lot of unnecessary anxiety. However, I believe if you keep a few core principals in mind, abundance and successContinue reading “Four principals of abundance and success”

Don’t miss out on what’s already awesome in your life

We spend a lot of time and energy obsessing over what is to come, what we’re working toward, and what we want. Don’t get me wrong, I’m all about dreaming big and putting no limits on your life vision. Here’s the thing though. Sometimes we can be so used to looking ahead that we missContinue reading “Don’t miss out on what’s already awesome in your life”

Thank you for your trust

While everyday presents infinite opportunity to be grateful and express appreciation to those around you, in case it hasn’t been at the top of your to-do list lately, Thanksgiving is a wonderful reminder to do just that.   Therefore, I want to take this opportunity to thank you. I interact with the people I workContinue reading “Thank you for your trust”

34, Divorced, Single, and Childless

That’s me! On July 24th I turn 34, and I am, at this moment, divorced, single, and childless. To some, that might sound incredibly depressing. And if I spent mental energy focusing on those things as defining factors in my life, I might too find it depressing. But I don’t. They are merely circumstances ofContinue reading “34, Divorced, Single, and Childless”

You’ll Get Through This: 7 Ways to Nurture Yourself During Tough Times

It’s always amazing to me that when you’re in the midst of something difficult, as badly as you want it to be over, it feels like things will never be different. Your body will always be in pain, your heart will always feel broken and closed, your anxiety defines you and will never transform.  Continue reading “You’ll Get Through This: 7 Ways to Nurture Yourself During Tough Times”