As I’ve been going through email now that I’ve returned from Australia, I learned that someone I admire and respect very much – Dr. Christiane Northrup, has released a newly revised and updated version of her book, The Wisdom of Menopause. Her books (and her gutsy work) changed my life.
It's a beautiful morning and I've just plopped down in a comfy chair on the deck overlooking my backyard. I enjoy starting the day by listening to the birds as the early light slowly brightens the sky.
This week, while on my way to the post office, I did something I occasionally do that might seem a bit morbid to you. But stay with me. It's an exercise that helps me reconnect with reality and what matters most.
Last week, while listening to a program about self-care coping strategies, I heard a therapist talk about what she recommends to clients who feel chronically resentful – a harmful, debilitating state of mind.
This week I had an opportunity to visit the Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) – the office where you get your driver’s license renewed every five years. Before you read on, though, stop for a moment and notice the thoughts that occur to you when you think about visiting the RMV. Okay, now read on…
I recently had a conversation with a woman who ended a five-year relationship. She hoped this relationship would lead to marriage, but found that as she made positive changes in her life, her boyfriend felt threatened and uncomfortable and decided to move on. She was deeply hurt and disappointed and wondered what to do to handle the pain of her loss.
Last week my husband Michael saved my ass. He happened to walk by my office while I was pounding away at my computer’s keyboard, crafting an email to someone who had just written to me with a message that pushed my buttons.
It was a bright, sunny morning today when my friend, Nancy and I decided to go to the beach for a long walk. We bundled up in down jackets, fleece gloves and warm hats, and set out to enjoy a low-tide adventure.
This week I completed a new card deck called "My Daily Affirmations" that will be available at the end of the summer. It's a deck that inspires you to work with affirmations every day that support meaningful relationships, prosperity, vibrant health, creating a soulful environment, and much more. To finish the deck, I used a tried-and-true process that works. (It's great for overcoming procrastination). Whether you need to complete your taxes, a college application, or writing a book, here are six steps that will help you to succeed