Tag Archives: Active participant

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 …

More on Mindful Conscious Living

Tuesday, August 25, 2015 My last blog post (How to Go From Chaotic to Mindful Living) was about some simple practices to bring you back to present awareness and help you be more mindful in each moment. This post will take it a bit further … More …

Drowning Out Other Voices

Wednesday, July 8, 2015 As I am in the midst of my writing sabbatical and honoring the voice of my soul by taking this time to write, I realize that there are many other voices that need to be drowned out and ignored. Those are … More …

It’s Time To Heed My Own Advice

Thursday, June 18, 2015 Looking back at many of my blog posts, there seem to be themes that I write about: self-care, authenticity, paying attention to your gut and the internal nudges, and not waiting for the time to be perfect to pay attention to … More …

To Make Any Change, Big or Small, Simply Start with One Step

Thursday, June 4, 2015 This post was originally published in November 2013 You might be familiar with the quote by Martin Luther King Jr., which says, “Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step”. It’s one … More …

Helpful Tips For Self-Love

Thursday, May 21, 2015 The following is an article by Louise Hay that I personally love, use as a reminder for myself, and use with my clients. As we step into the seasons of Spring and Summer, seasons of growth and re-birth, I wanted to … More …

On The Edge Of A Breakthrough

Thursday, May 14, 2015 You’re right on the edge of your big breakthrough. The new path. The brilliant idea. The thing you’ve been waiting for that will positively change your life. You can see it, feel it, taste it, and almost touch it. It’s right … More …

Three Ways To Deal With Difficult People

Thursday, May 7, 2015 I spent last week coaching a group of emerging leaders and a general theme that many of them are facing is how to deal with difficult people; you know, those people in our work lives or even in our families who … More …

Five Quick Tips To Boost Your Self Confidence

Wednesday, March 25, 2015 We’ve been running a complimentary 21-Day Self-Confidence Challenge the past month and based on feedback from participants, the following five tips are having lots of positive impacts on their self-confidence:   1. Write Down Five Things You Love About Yourself Every … More …

The Zen of Strolling Through Life

Thursday, March 12, 2015 I am a recovering rusher.  I used to rush everywhere. Why? Because I was always in a hurry. I had too much on my plate, too many commitments, and not enough hours in a day. I blame it on fifteen years … More …