Back to Basics: When the Shortcuts Don’t Cut it!

Ever notice how work stress, health hiccups, or relationship challenges derail your groove of meditation, nutrition, or exercise? What do you need to do to get back to these life tools? Reclaiming them is like finding your way home. Welcome home, y’all! The Call...

Post Eclipse Meltdown

I knew it was coming. The emotional storm would happen someday this week. I could feel the swelling in my heart on Monday, like a spring run-off full river pressing against an earthen dam built long ago, weakened by years of storm cycles. Sometimes it is the actual...

I Didn’t Get It Until … Just Now!

I spent nine years in the creative hot zone of writing, editing, tearing apart and rebuilding, then writing and editing some more my just released book, The Ovarian Chronicles. And last week during a conversation with my writing group about releasing our books into...

Challenge, Complexity & Acceptance

The first line of “The Road Less Traveled” by M. Scott Peck states, “Life is difficult.” I read the book in my early twenties when my father’s health began to fail significantly. Though I would use the word challenging rather than difficult (semantics and connotation,...

Popularity? The Imposter Syndrome, Authenticity and Self Love

Lately, I’ve had conversations with clients and friends about comparing their social media numbers to others in their field, and even to their friends and family. When their posts don’t get likes or shares, they don’t feel popular. When they speak their truth in a...