I am so tired of hearing all these crazy things that some men – and yes, some women as well – are pushing through state legislatures, trying to control women. Because that is, indeed, what it is about – controlling women. All the anti-abortion measures being pushed through the states now are really not about . . . → Read More: Abortion

I strive to be the me I am meant to be

There is so much political crap happening these days – sometimes I just want to ignore it all. And yet, I can’t.

One thing I am learning (or trying to learn) is how to keep my equilibrium through these rough times. I want to continue to strive to be the person I want to be. . . . → Read More: I strive to be the me I am meant to be


I really don’t want to get too political here, but I am getting pretty tired of people deciding that what NFL players are doing is disrespectful of the flag and veterans. This was never about disrespecting the flag. These people are doing what they are doing in order to draw attention to something that is . . . → Read More: Protest

On hold

I think this blog may be turning into a place for me to rant oh well!

I was just on hold for over 30 minutes. I have several problems with this:

1 – Why am I dumb enough to hang on that long (there are reasons – I really needed an answer, and once you . . . → Read More: On hold


I love TED talks, and recently found one that really speaks to me. I highly recommend checking out Brene Brown: Listening to Shame. She is a wonderful speaker, and her topic seems really pertinent for so many people (including me). She is a shame researcher – which I had never heard of before, but I . . . → Read More: Shame

Recharge in a Bathtub of Love

I am still on a high from the event I attended last week. It was a celebration of love for two people that I love and admire very much. A & M have been together for almost 10 years, and wanted to celebrate that with people who love and support them; I was very much . . . → Read More: Recharge in a Bathtub of Love


Judgment – what a word. I really try to not be judgmental – but it is hard. And then I am judgmental about how judgmental I am – what a vicious circle.

I have been watching Drew Carey’s latest improv show, in which they play a game they call New Choice. Two of them will . . . → Read More: Judgment


How is your self-care these days? Are you doing things you need to do for YOU? Are you taking care of yourself?

Considering that I am not only a Life Coach, but that I also present self-care workshops, one would think that I do pretty well with my own self-care. And there are long periods . . . → Read More: Self-care


Leslie Helen Ciechanowski created some beautiful Soul Navigation Cards, and pulls and writes about a card each week. This week she has written about Obstacles – check it out at http://www.soulnavigations.com/soul-navigations/2011/05/soul-navigation-card-of-the-week-obstacles.html .

What kind of relationship do you have with obstacles? I must admit that mine is perhaps not the best. I tend to get . . . → Read More: Obstacles


I have a confession to make. I moved the hosting of my website and blog, and totally forgot about subscriptions. So I ask for your indulgence, and want you to know that if you were subscribed, please subscribe again. And if you are not subscribed, please join us. You may subscribe to the blog (where . . . → Read More: Subscribe