If you’ve scrolled social media at all today, it’s likely that you’ve seen a motivational quote or 2 or 200. Maybe you have a cute wooden sign hanging in your living room with a positive affirmation on it. Perhaps you have sticky notes hanging around your workspace with your goals, your mantra, your ways of… Continue reading Yes, You Can.
The ideas rarely come when you’re sitting, or pacing, and mentally screaming at them to show up. We “hear” when we get quiet, when we loosen the grip… That’s why you’ll have that epic idea while shampooing your hair or why you can play out the best version of a difficult conversation when you’re… Continue reading A Blast of Inspiration
I don’t journal daily. I vision cast and write about my goals and the movement I’m forging alongside you beauties but I don’t write about my day or my feelings with consistency… except here. I do keep a precise calendar. You can’t manage time but you can manage activity. You’ve heard me say before that… Continue reading Cheers.
“I bet you’ve got an idea-to-reality story, too. A time where you had a mere thought about something you wanted to see, do, create, experience or become—and you eventually did it.” -Marie Forleo The universe leaves clues. These clues show us the potential power we have. No clue what year it was… I guess I… Continue reading Envision
In the gaps of time this weekend, I’m watching season three of Netflix’s Atypical, a show that has given me more perspective about teaching individuals with Autism than any graduate or professional development course ever did. In the episode I finished this morning, protagonist Sam is tasked with an assignment about essence. Specifically, he has… Continue reading The Essence
I’m going to push you today. I was on a call with my coach on Friday and she presented us with an idea that has been swirling around my head ever since: Are you doing what you want or are you doing what you feel like? Follow me here… because those two things often aren’t… Continue reading Want & Feel
A teacher friend once said to me that July is like a month of Saturdays and August is like a month of Sundays. Now, that way of thinking only fits if you subscribe to the paradigm that Sundays are days that should be part relaxation and part dread for Monday and the week to come.… Continue reading Eternal Summer
My dream life, which I live from time to time and will live full-time some day, consists of coffee, quiet, sunshine and reading. I’m often asked for book recommendations and am known to ask people what they are reading. “What are you reading?” will be a standard question on the talk show I’ll have some… Continue reading Now Read This!
Sharing one of my most vulnerable and treasured stories, originally published by University of Wellness. I am unafraid to talk about my struggles, probably because I don’t view them as struggles, problems, hurdles or even speedbumps. They are just factors of or moments in my journey. Do you perceive a hurdle in the distance and… Continue reading My Wings
Imagine if a flower decided not to bloom because there were so many other flowers in bloom already? That doesn’t even make any sense, right? So why are you holding back on your dream because someone else is “already doing it”? Tell that to the four yoga studios in a two-block radius in the town… Continue reading We Need You.