Tag Archives: Letting go

Letting Go vs. Accepting

Last month my husband and went to France for vacation, a trip we originally scheduled last year but had to cancel because one of our dogs was diagnosed with cancer. She died shortly thereafter. We knew we had to cancel the trip because time with … More …

How to Fail with Grace

Have you ever failed at something? I’m not talking about a test in school, but something in your life that you were invested in and had an intended outcome for? As you think about this, one of those famous quotes about failure might come to … More …

Why We Can’t Let Go, Say Goodbye, Close the Chapter

In my last blog I wrote about how to let go of the hurts, wounds, fears, limiting beliefs, and even the yearnings that keep us stuck and hold us back. That blog got me thinking about why we have such a hard time implementing the … More …

The Secret to Letting Go

I wish I had a dollar for every time someone told me (or I told myself) to “let it go.” “Just let it go, Andria.” “Why don’t you just let that go?” Because I can’t. Why not? Because I don’t know HOW. How do you … More …

What Happens When You Stop Trying

The first time I started a meditative practice was back in 2010. I think it lasted about two weeks.  Every year following that I’d set an intention to try to meditate but it didn’t work. I was too busy (funny, I know). I attempted to … More …

The Power Of Visualizing (And Letting It Go)

Thursday, May 8, 2014 I’m sure I’ve written about visualizing before but I recently had such a powerful experience related to it that I had to write about it again.  For those of you not familiar with visualizing, it is a common practice used amongst … More …

Don't Overthink It

Thursday, March 28, 2013 Last weekend my boyfriend Matt & I had our first salsa lesson.  I’ve always wanted to learn the basic steps to be able to dance the salsa and Matt was kind enough to join me.  We had a lot of fun … More …

Share Your Story

Thursday, January 17, 2013 As many of you know, I have a new book coming out in a couple of months.  This book is one I co-authored with my friend and colleague and is a personal story of how we each reinvented our lives by … More …