It’s been a six-month hiatus. We’re back. Refocused. And ready to rock. Join us!Read More
The arrival of spring always bring with it a sense of added energy. An alive buzz electrifying the air. But perhaps this spring, that energy will be spiked with an added shot of espresso. During the last year, every set of eyes reading this story endured hardship, one way or another. Whether that hardship was due to loss of a loved one, … Read More
It’s tough to remain focused + positive today. But here’s how you can keep pushing forward….Read More
Aren’t Saturday mornings the BEST? We feel (likely) a little more rested than usual. Maybe we start the day with a run or quick workout–but even if not, we likely all fire up the coffeepot for a hot cuppa’ brew (or tea!). Maybe you’ll have an in-person coffee talk with your gal pals. Maybe you’ll FaceTime a girlfriend while sipping … Read More
Isn’t this the truth? I found this quote online a number of years ago, and have shared it with audiences now and then. It seems as though so many are enduring extreme challenges right now. And while, at any time, every person you see is going through something (hey, it’s the reality of life), it is possible to endure challenges while still holding on … Read More
I want to provide some helpful guidance to my friends who are experiencing huge life transitions. Some people are going through divorce (something I’ve experienced), some are undergoing cancer treatment (like I did many, many years ago), some are experiencing job loss. Does it feel like your world is caving in? In many cases you can feel like your world … Read More
Happiness. As holidays jingle into life, a time intended for joy often morphs into flashbacks of disappointment and hurt for many. What a shame so many relationships suffer this time of year. Nerves are shot. Irritation levels soar. People everywhere disappoint. So what does it take to be happy? What does it look like? Sure, we envision a smiling couple … Read More
Do you or someone you know, become anxious when you don’t know what’s coming next?
This is referred to as anticipation anxiety. It’s caused when you don’t know what’s coming next and assume it’s more likely to be painful. Why do this to yourself?