This blog is a combination of short and sometimes longer posts. This is where you'll find resources and ideas around emotional healing, mindset change, and conscious everyday living, with lots of real life stories from the lives of real people (don't worry, they gave permission and we don't name names)!
They may be wonderful, half-finished, thought-provoking, random, life-changing, or just simply entertaining.
Today we received the countertop in our kitchen. Although the home is still half finished, but this little gift makes it feel like Christmas. Another wonderful thing that brought Christmas in March, was when microwave was installed! Imagine… hot food. What little things (that you might have taken for granted) are you grateful for today?
Hubby was so angry today… at the light switch! The electrician forgot to put it in, and hubby has taken it on. But hours later he was defeated, the light switch won. 🤕 When I asked him what’s next, the most amazing thing happened… He said: “I don’t have confidence that I can make this […]
Let’s talk about our values… we all have values. Sometimes we use them as an excuse or reason to control people without knowing it. It’s not bad, and it’s not your fault. It’s just human nature. We think our values are such amazing wonderful things that everyone should have them. Sometimes we forget that other […]
As we count down to the last few days of 2018, it’s a popular time to come up with some ambitious, lofty, New Year’s Resolutions. The idea of setting a New Year’s Resolution can give us a feeling of hope, like an opportunity to start fresh. Unfortunately it can also come with a sense of […]
“What do you do?” When people ask me that question, my response usually includes, “I work with people who need emotional healing and mindset coaching.” CLICK HERE to learn more about what I do. And, in reply, most people say, “That’s great! There are so many people who need that.” Which I find… interesting. Because […]
Sometimes littles things can change your life, make you happier, and maybe even inspire a big decision. With my imminent move from New York to Portland, I have been contemplating… what is going to be different? I somehow had this idea that moving to a new place will make me happier, less busy, and more […]