• A Law of Attraction approach to procrastination

    It’s funny how much my perspective has changed. Since my obsession with Law of Attraction the way I look at so many things is different. And one of those things is procrastination. I chuckle a bit when I think about the fact that I used to actually give workshops on how to combat procrastination. I […]

  • Love Your Life #065: A different way to look at procrastination

    Welcome to Love Your Life + Law of Attraction. Today we’re going to talk about a different way to look at procrastination—through the lens of Law of Attraction. To access this episode, join LYL Premium. Here’s my question: Have you been feeling bad and beating yourself up for procrastinating? Well, this episode might change all […]

  • I love money, but anything tax-related…

    Recently I needed to pull together all my financial paperwork for an upcoming meeting with my accountant. We’re talking spreadsheets and receipts and such. Now I love money, but anything tax-related doesn’t really make me want to jump for joy. Nonetheless, I needed to get this paperwork together. Dragging my feet In the past, this […]

  • Bad behavior: When you get in your own way

    Tolerations are things you’re reluctantly putting up with—and can include your own behavior. While there are 8 types of tolerations, Behavior tolerations can be particularly exasperating because it’s you you’re putting up with. For example, do you work too many hours and over promise at work? Do a lot of mindless eating and get too […]

  • Now is the time: 10 reasons not to wait until January 1st

    A client recently mentioned wanting to start a new fitness routine. But she’s waiting until her birthday to begin. Her birthday isn’t for another 2 months. A friend’s been skipping her morning routine because she’s hitting the snooze button too many times. She said, Maybe I’ll get back to it once the kids are in […]

  • Are you getting more than you’re giving up?

    The other day a client was lamenting a bad habit she’d developed: Hitting the snooze button and rolling over for a few more minutes of sleep…and then hitting snooze for a few more minutes…and then snoozing again. The result of this nearly hour-long snooze and roll? She was still technically getting up “on time”—if on […]

  • The “magic” formula to stop procrastinating

    When you have too much of something to do, is your tendency to do nothing? You haven’t entered any of your expenses in QuickBooks for the year—and it’s August. It’s such a gargantuan task, you put it off another day, week, month. Your big presentation is six weeks away. You have to research, draft content, […]

  • To Do vs. Toleration:  It matters more than you might think

    I have a To Do list. I use it to get things done. Tasks go on the list. Tasks are marked off the list. I used to be at war with my To Do list because it started to fill less with tasks to do and more with tolerations. You know what I mean by […]

  • No is a complete sentence

    Here’s the problem: Saying yes too often and to the wrong things means you end up drained and depleted. Overwhelmed and exhausted. And, truth be told, feeling burdened, put upon, and probably a little resentful. We say yes to be needed, liked, and avoid disappointing others. We say yes out of guilt, out of duty, […]

  • The myth of perfect conditions

    The myth of perfect conditions

    I was talking with an attendee at one of my writing workshops. She was there to write the novel she’d been thinking about for years. But when it came to actually writing—not just talking about writing—she wanted to wait until she could afford to purchase a laptop to start her novel. This purchase was months […]