What are you looking for?
June 4, 2015
642 Views

“All Aboard!” Allow me to help you pack for the journey.

The practices I outline in my book Treasures to a Terrific Life (TTTL) may seem new, and, at times, a bit strange or even overly simplistic.  But I can guarantee they will change your life.  In fact, there are several scientific studies proving that these simple changes literally improve the functioning of a person’s brain […]

March 5, 2015
760 Views

Make a sacred place

“Your sacred place is where you find yourself again and again” – Joseph Campbell Many of my blog posts have focused on spending time in prayer, meditation, deep thought, or reading affirmations, intentions and goals. Just as a lawyer sits at a desk to create an argument and an artist sits at an easel to […]

February 18, 2015
706 Views

Turning what seems meaningless into meaningful

I have found that in asking myself one simple question – What would the highest version of myself do? – I have transformed my life and my knee-jerk reaction to particular events. For years, I struggled with knowing what was the right thing to do and how to handle certain situations. I discovered that in […]

February 3, 2015
702 Views

My Birthday Blog: Why Death is My Greatest Teacher

It’s my big 47 this year! And with each year clicking away, I feel like they go faster and faster. I think this increased tempo is by design; it helps us in our effort of living in the present moment and in celebrating how precious each day is. The idea of turning 47 brings with […]

January 23, 2015
768 Views

The 1 Mistake All Parents Subconsciously Make

“I’ve always believed that parents are not for leaning upon, but rather exist to make leaning unnecessary.” – Dr Wayne W. Dyer I love this quote, don’t you? I sure wish I could go back and redo some parenting situations. Looking back, my maternal instinct pushed me to act in ways that I now know were […]

January 8, 2015
682 Views

How To Reduce Stress, See The World And Save Time

Driving in the car with my husband, Marty, has always been a point of contention between us. Simply put, I never feel comfortable. He’s quite an aggressive driver. He merges far too close to other cars and just loves being a bumper away from the car in front. To add insult to injury? My depth […]

November 21, 2014
803 Views

The Road Less Travelled

Have you ever been asked a throw-away question that actually changed your life?  Me neither.  Well, not until a few months ago when my son came to me with this:  “Hey Mom, can I be home schooled this year?”  This isn’t a question I ever expected to be asked.  I was never really academic in […]