Week 8, Everyday Tuesday, February 21, 2017 Life is good.

My dad absolutely loved his life. He loved his wife, his seven children, living in Colorado, racing cars for a hobby, laughing, and sometimes, really loud music.  He was a morning person, up before the sun and always on the go. My dad was one of the good ones. It wasn’t easy being his daughter … Read more

Morning Practices That Will Set You Up for a More Productive Day

Your morning sets the tone for the rest of your day. When you start the day happy, energized and motivated, you are likely to carry that positive energy throughout the day. While there’s probably not an ideal morning routine that fits everyone, adding these practices to your morning will help set you up for a … Read more

Making Me Time a Priority Is Good For You

A lot of people tend to associate being busy with using time wisely. Every hour is filled with work, activities and commitments. Idle seconds can feel like precious time slipping away. Just notice how people pull out their smart phones to check email or the news when there is a moment of down time. It’s … Read more

Simple Ways to Quiet Your Anxiety

You don’t have to be a scientist to know that stress and anxiety aren’t good for you. No one likes the way constant worrying feels. It sends your anxiety levels soaring and saps your emotional energy. Unrelenting doubts and fears can also be paralyzing. Anxiety can affect your day-to-day life in massive ways. Here are … Read more

Compassion in Action: 4 Ways to Spread Kindness Around You

Philanthropic and grand gestures are wonderful, but not everyone has the time, money and resources to do charitable work. The good news is that, you can make a big difference in other people’s lives by doing random acts of kindness. This holiday season, I encourage you to spread love, happiness and kindness to others by … Read more

3 Ways to Quiet the Critical Voice Inside Your Head

Last week, I totally blew it! In my haste to get an email out  to all my friends and family, I failed to blindcopy everyone and sent out a huge mass email instead. When I realized what I had done, my perfectionism collided with my being human! Instead of simply shrugging it off and trusting … Read more