Category Archives: Blog

Your Key to Positive Life Change

I’m taking a class right now on Human Motivation and learning about the many theories that motivate human behavior and performance. There are a lot of theories about what motivates humans to act as they do and to change behavior (and sustain that change). The … More …

Detox Your Life- Part 3: People and Relationships

My last two blog posts were the first of this three-part series on detoxing your life. In case you missed those, they were about detoxing your brain and body, and your environment. You can access them here. This is the final part of this series, … More …

Life Detox – Part 2: Your Environment

Spring arrived last week here in the U.S. and greeted us on the East Coast with a spring snow storm. Ah yes, mother nature has a great sense of humor, doesn’t she? Despite that, spring is still in the air, and it’s still the perfect … More …

Back to Basics

You’ve heard it before, from me and others who write on similar topics: what you experience in life is a result of your beliefs and expectations.  I just wrote a blog post about something similar a couple of weeks ago and was reminded again this … More …

A New Norm

If you know me or follow my social media accounts, you probably already know that I am a fan of the Philadelphia Eagles. I grew up outside of Philly and have been a fan since I was a kid.  They just won their first Super … More …

The Blessings of “Adulting”

The urban dictionary defines Adulting as: (verb) to carry out one or more of the duties and responsibilities expected of fully developed individuals (paying off that credit card debt, settling beef without blasting social media, etc.). Exclusively used by those who adult less than 50% of the time. So, … More …

The Answer You’ve Been Waiting For

I wrote a blog post a few months ago titled It’s Your Move, which was was about how nothing changes unless you make a move to change it. You can read more here. This is a follow-up post. Lately, I’ve been hearing a lot of … More …

The Word of The Year

A few years ago, I came up with a word to represent the new year. The word was fun. I wanted my year to be filled with more fun and the intent was to have everything I did contribute to that feeling. Those of you … More …

How to Thoroughly Enjoy the Holidays (Really!)

Suddenly, just like that, the holidays are upon us. When I started hearing the holiday music in early November, I shuddered. No, not yet. Please, I am not ready. I felt the anxiety of “having so much to do” and time closing in on me. … More …

Suck it Up

I grew up in a family where I heard a lot of the following: “Don’t cry, Andria.” “Don’t be angry.” “Don’t be sad.” “Don’t be mad.” “It’s not worth your tears.” “Seriously, why are you upset over that?” I could keep going, but you get … More …