Self Care Isn’t SELF-ish

A caregiver whose mother is suffering from Alzheimer’s recently shared a common concern I often hear. “I know I am stressed and exhausted from several years of caring for my mother but I just can’t seem to find the time to do anything for myself. I feel guilty if I...

Telling the Truth About the Life Balance Lie

Stop driving yourself crazy trying to attain the illusive notion of life balance. Like perfection, it simply doesn’t exist. Can you be at peace at certain moments and for periods of time in your life? Certainly. But, be honest, in each day, how often are you...

Celebrating in Silence

Do you give yourself the gift of silence at some point in your day? Or is every moment filled with external “noise” ~ words, email notifications, television, music? Are you able to turn down the volume or do you welcome the distractions as a way to avoid your “self”?...

Chaos to Calm

3 Tips for Finding Peace of Mind in Tumultuous Times As a trained, experienced coach who helps clients navigate some of life’s greatest challenges with more peace and ease, it makes sense that I’d be getting inquiries about how to stay present in times of turmoil. We...

Life Happens…3 Tips to Get Back on Track

Ohhh….I’ve missed you all! I promise that I’ve been using my time wisely and making amazing headway on some very important projects. It’s wonderful, but my personal blogging has suffered. In fact, over the past five months I have let the following slide: my Well...

“With a deep and mindful breath…”

This is what I love about mindfulness, clear intentions, and staying in alignment even during times of challenge. At 88 years young, Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh, was hospitalized having suffered from a brain hemorrhage. When I clicked on the link to read the update on...
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