• Is this your blindspot when it comes to appreciation?

    “Appreciation is the absence of everything that feels bad and the presence of everything that feels good.” —Money, and the Law of Attraction That sounds pretty good, doesn’t it? In fact, Abrahams says, “Appreciation is the magic formula you’ve been seeking.” I want to talk about a Rampage of Appreciation and the biggest blindspot I’ve […]

  • Spotlight on 4 steps to get back in alignment

    I’ve popped out of alignment a couple times recently—in a big way. Both “incidents” are a distant memory now, but at the time they felt big and hairy. On top of feeling all kinds of gunky emotions—frustration, hurt, irritation, disappointment—I was also freaking out because I knew I was out of alignment. Which means my […]

  • Things are always working out for me. What about you?

    As I say yes to life, life says yes to me. Life mirrors my every thought. As I keep my thoughts positive, life brings to me only good experiences. —Louise Hay I’ve heard many people say they don’t like affirmations. That they don’t work. But here’s the thing: Any thought is really an affirmation. What […]

  • Here are 12 things that get in the way of ease

    My word for the year is ease…the absence of difficulty or effort. Just thinking about ease makes me take a deep breath and relax. Even feel a little happier. My life already has a lot of ease in it. I’ve made certain choices the last few years to move toward ease. Leaving a career I […]

  • ALERT! ALERT! What you say to yourself matters

    Are you a nice person? Or do you belittle others and make them feel bad about themselves? Do you harp on people’s weaknesses and call them names? Do you make others feel they’re not good enough or acceptable as they are? I’m guessing your answer is, That’s awful! Of course I don’t say and do […]

  • Mini Mission—Make self-care an attitude

    What’s your approach to self-care? Is self-care an activity or an attitude? When self-care is perceived as disparate activities—do yoga, drink water instead of soda, journal, eat kale, wear sunscreen, meditate—it’s all too easy to get caught up in the business and busyness of life and skip X, Y, Z acts of self-care. Too many […]

  • I treated myself

    I treated myself

    I treated myself Because I deserved it. But I don’t always treat myself the way I deserve to be treated. Do you? Or like me, does that little voice in your head speak a little too often, a little too loudly? You know the voice I mean. The fault finding one That grumbles and grouses, […]

  • How to get into action with 5 easy questions

    How to get into action with 5 easy questions

    “Action expresses priorities.” —Gandhi Are you expressing your priorities right now through your actions? You can get into action more easily by asking yourself a few simple questions. But be warned: These questions are a catalyst. Answer them only if you’re prepared to be in action. 1. What are you committed to and why? There’s nothing quite so […]