When something happens that triggers you, it may not always be convenient to jump into a formal, seated meditation practice. But, you can always find a way to be mindful by drawing your attention back to an anchor, such as the sounds around you, your own breath or the...

 

Have you ever been in a situation where a difficult negative emotion came up and you just didn’t know exactly where it came from or what to do with it? For me, this happens regularly. In the past I just wanted to make the feeling disappear or literally hide myself fro...

July 24, 2019

Stepping out of our comfort zones to travel around the world and see/experience how others live, certainly comes with a whole bunch of learning and growth. So what did we learn? Here’s a download:

  1. We are all connected. What happens in one part of the world, aff...

July 18, 2019

Please, by all means, travel the world, but don’t erase all the years of good self-care practices while you’re away. David and I both had robust morning and evening healthy body, mind and spirit routines that we practiced pretty religiously before we left for our ATW (...

July 9, 2019

How’d we do it?

If you are like me and traveling the world has been your lifelong dream, please keep reading. Many people have been asking David and I how we were able to travel around the world for a year+, so I decided I would write a blog post about it. Just like wit...

April 17, 2019

James Clear's book, Atomic Habits, is chock full of practical tips for creating sustainable change in our behaviors. I strongly recommend this read for anyone wanting to create a new habit or eliminate an old, nagging one.

James describes habits as the "compound interes...

February 26, 2019

I recently finished Rachel Hollis' book, Girl, Wash Your Face, in which she courageously exposes all the self-limiting beliefs she has moved through in her life to achieve her current level of happiness and success as a mother and entrepreneur. Her main message was of...

February 13, 2019

In her book, Presence, Amy Cuddy describes a person with presence as someone who shows up confident, comfortable, enthusiastic and captivating. This person is able to stand amongst others and express his/her true thoughts, feelings, values, potential...their most since...

January 3, 2019

Shauna Niquest, author of Present Over Perfect (please see my last post), also reminds us of the awesome and beautiful responsibility we have to decide how to make our life. She also warns us that we must do it, otherwise the world will tell us how to live, if we let i...

January 3, 2019

This advice given to the former "yes-aholic", Shauna Niequist by her mentor, is one of the main premises of her book, Present over Perfect. After years of saying yes to too many things, she found herself unhappy, angry and tired. After much reflection she realized that...

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