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You Can Have It All …

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You can have it all. Just not all at once. -Oprah As much as I’ve been loving this quote lately, it continues to be a hard lesson. Especially when it appears Oprah has it all at once! The comparison game … a dirty trap! I think those rolling hills I describe in the vlog (above) are built on boundaries and... Read More

I’m Feeling Myself

I got so slayed by Beyonce last night. Wow! What a show. Funny, I had gotten into an argument with a gentleman friend earlier yesterday afternoon defending my “bow-down” feelings for The Queen. My argument was in the form of women’s empowerment and redefining body image, which he wasn’t willing to consider. “She’s just another sell out,” he said, “selling... Read More

Growth & Grief: Two sides of the same coin

I know growth and grief seem like an odd couple of sorts, but they come more hand-in-hand than I think we give ourselves time to ponder. We’re all on a trajectory towards growth whether we realize it or not. As a part of the universe that is constantly expanding, we are along for the ride, digging in our heels, running... Read More

The Mount Everest of Human Emotions: Acceptance

I fell in love with Kelly Corrigan years ago with her book, The Middle Place.¬†She speaks a lot in her books and her talks about what she calls “the Mount Everest of human emotions: acceptance.” She posted this video on her FB page last week and I copied it right away to share with you. I talk endlessly here on... Read More

Everything Will Be OK …

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(Play vid HERE.) Everything will be OK … As soon as we’re OK with everything. I love this quote from Untethered Soul, a book I’ve read twice and am itching to read again. I cannot tell you how often I discuss resistance in my work with clients. Resistance to body. Resistance to job. Resistance to family/upbringing. … diagnosis. … divorce.... Read More

Suffering Is …

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Suffering is arguing with reality. A lesson I come back to time and time again. One of my favorite quotes: How to make God laugh: tell her your plans. We make goals and we’re disciplined and we stay the course and the results don’t manifest, the curve balls keep coming, the obstacles seem endless. We curse inspiration. We blame everyone... Read More

The Challenge: Don’t throw in the towel just yet! (Bonus included)

Looking back on my Passion Planner for 20-15, I’ve got to get some serious hustle in my step. We have about 90 days left in the year, and this is where most people throw in the towel. I used to be one of those people, making that January hurdle that much more difficult to climb. Makes sense with all we... Read More