Category Archives: Blog

Getting Ready for The New Year

The end of the year is upon us, and I’ve already heard chatter amongst friends, clients, and family about New Year’s resolutions. I’m not one for setting New Year’s resolutions, but I am a fan of setting intentions for what you want to create in … More …

Holiday Triggers

The holidays are here, and, in many homes, families are gathering together to celebrate. This is a prime opportunity to not only (hopefully) have some fun, but also for us to be triggered. You know, something sets you off or causes an unexpected (and often … More …

Who Are You Without Your Struggle?

We all have our struggles in life, right? Even those who seemingly “have it all together” deal with their own issues and struggles. It’s just part of being human. What I find most intriguing are those who have the same struggle repeatedly, over and over, … More …

How to Control the Uncontrollable

Let’s face it, some stuff we just can’t control. As much as we want to or think we can, most of life is really out of our control. Yet, we don’t want to admit that, so we try to control the uncontrollable. And, in the … More …

Discomfort Required

I’ve been rehabbing a nagging hamstring injury the past few weeks. In typical Andria fashion, I tried to run through it, put it off for too long, and then found myself reluctantly in physical therapy. It was there that I had my first experience with … More …

What is “The Truth”?

Truth has been a big topic of conversation lately all-over social media, amongst friends and family, and on TV. No, I am not going to be writing about the SCOTUS confirmation hearing and all that has gone on surrounding that situation, but I am going … More …

Stand in Your Truth

I’ve been coaching a team the past few months in the area of self-confidence. What’s most interesting about this group is they present themselves quite confidently, and yet, tend to struggle when standing up to difficult customers or when having hard conversations. Let’s face it, … More …

A Hurricane or Peace?

My husband and I vacationed in Hawaii last month, and as with most long vacations we take, they tend to be preceded by any number of things occurring at home. In fact, our pets have a habit of always getting sick right before we leave. … More …

Rule #1

We all know the golden rule: do unto others as you would have them to do you, or in more modern terms: treat others as you wish to be treated. It’s a great rule, obviously. We all wish to be treated well by other people … More …

When to Push Through and When to Take A Break

I’ve been a runner for more than half my life. For me, running has never been about the competition but always about the pure joy of simply going for a run. Regardless of whether someone runs to train for a race or just to run, … More …