- Money doesn’t grow on trees.
- A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
- Here today, gone tomorrow.
- Don’t count your chickens before they hatch.
- Jack of all trades, master of none.
Tips and tools to not simply survive the holidays but ways to make them work for you.
Facing loss or going through major life transitions unsure of how it will all work out? It takes time, patience and the support of others. But the hard work is worth it and moving from surviving to thriving IS possible.
How to have your ‘why me’ moment and then find the courage to transform the question into ‘what’s next.’
Announcing the posting of my article on Open to Hope website today.
This is the third installment of a four part series inspired by my late husband’s artwork. Written as a guest blog for Kota Press ~ check it out!
Guest blogger, Kelly Farley, redefines courage by transforming his experience of loss into giving a voice to father’s who grieve.
Guest blogger, Julie Fornaro, writes a courageous personal essay on the healing power of Yoga.
Who in your life has chosen a courageous path? It is valuable to call forth the quality of courage in our own lives, but to witness it is even more extraordinary. In today’s blog, I honor a wife and mother who exemplifies this quality and pay tribute to a fallen friend…read on for some incredible inspiration.
How much fun you have in life is a great barometer for knowing when you may need to change things up. One of my personal life lessons on how the absence of fun inspired change and the first steps to recreating a life I now love.