Being devastated with life to the point of crying when alone is a mechanism that allows us to continue the charade that we are "okay" and that our lives are "okay" and we are managing even though we aren't! It is good to be able to release those pent up emotions but at the same… Continue reading Do you breakdown and weep when you are alone because of your current situation?
What does being mindful mean to you? For most of the people I have talked to, they think of meditation. That is only part of it. Below I want to share five of the ways I have found that works for me and my clients. I would to hear your feedback on whether any (or… Continue reading Five Ways to be Mindful
Self-care is not only vital because we deserve to feel and be at our best, but we need to be at our best for our families, friends, and those we encounter daily. This time of the year can be overwhelming for some and can flood you with stress if you aren't careful. Making a sincere… Continue reading Five Ways to Incorporate Self-Care into Your Day
I feel so complete after I finished with about 75% of my clutter clearing. I made this a priority in August and by putting it in writing in the form of a blog I put that plan into motion with the universe. Since then I have reorganized the kitchen pantry, my side of the closet,… Continue reading Clutter Clearing
It is unbelievable to me that it is already June. This really has been a busy time for me and I know you too can relate. We all are so busy with our lives, working full-time, taking care of our kids and grandkids, keeping up with our responsibilities around the house, and of course trying… Continue reading Summer
Finding balance in your life is something that is imperative to do. There are many aspects in one's life that needs balancing. Career and family, alone time, time with the kids, and time with your spouse, giving and receiving, passion and housework. These are just a few. If you are not balancing all of the… Continue reading Finding Balance