There are benefits to the ordinariness of life during Covid. We have more time and space to explore ourselves and the things we’ve taken for granted.
The truth always resides inside us. We opt to ignore it, to distract ourselves from listening to our hearts and heads. What happens if we slow down and find our truth?
How do you know when a place is right for you? Do you commemorate how long you’ve lived in your current apartment, house or city? What’s made you stay?
I’ve struggled with the concept of putting myself out there. It’s time to announce my new women’s program and business partner! Read for more details.
Lots of people have been feeling disoriented with the new President-elect. Here’s post about how to change the things you cannot accept anymore. Take action and hold empathy dear to your heart.
“The key to life is resilience. We will always be knocked down. It’s getting up that counts.”
Planting seeds and cultivating a garden of professional and personal advancement takes work rather than spiritual manifestation.
It seems to me that health in America is tied to beauty. For those of you who are challenged by health, fitness, and beauty, I suggest taking an inventory of how you feel.
Instead of waiting for “one day,” it’s time to start emptying your lengthy bucket list. Live now!
The grip on our emotions become stronger when we resist the healing process.