All the best advice I could give you on how to Trust yourself more

If you and I were drinking margaritas, of course!

Beware of the self-love and self entitlement pitfall.

  I look back at times when I thought I had spiritual principles down like surrender and getting out of my own way and unconditional love, and I am astounded at how I didn’t get it; at how much more deeply I get it now, and how I can probably "get it" more in the...

How to trust when things aren’t happening fast enough.

  In case you didn't know, I'm ancient years old, (37.5 rockin' years on this planet ) and have been single for some time now: 2 years, 8 months, and 17 days at the moment this post was written. And to be brutally honest, I've spent more time out of relationship...

25 essential truths you need to thrive in your life

  As my birthday month passes and I find myself closer to 40 than I am not, (oh-mah-gosh that sounds weird) it’s hard not to think about what the next half of my life will look like. My mid thirties have been fast and furious as age seems to compress time,...

How to let go of that thing you need to let go of

  I’ve let go of a lot in my life. I’ve let go of toxic relationships, of businesses, of homes, of opportunities that weren’t in alignment. Of TV. Of whole food groups. Of repressed emotions. Oh-my-gah! Repressed emotions. I’m still learning to let go of the need...

Letting romantic relationships go: How to love without attachment

  Remember that wonderful human being I met a few months ago? We parted ways, and for the first time in my adult life, I experienced a happy ending through an ending. Not like pop-the-cork-off-the-champagne-bottle happy. There was disappointment and other normal...

How to make regret free decisions

  There is a fork in the road. You are presented with a choice. Life delivers yet another opportunity. You know it's time to decide. . . Should you say yes? Email back? Forge ahead? Remain open? Repair? Mend or re-commit? We all want easy, regret free decisions...

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