I Need A Massage!

I Need A Massage!

I recently returned from two really amazing and really exhausting trips almost back to back … and I had committed to yet another two almost immediately after that. I typically love to travel, but I could feel myself being drained. I had bags under my eyes (which is...

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Is The Grass Really Greener?

The other day, while I was in the checkout line at Walmart, I met a family from Germany.  I always get super excited when I meet people from Europe because … Well...I LOVE Europe! I always say I should be French or Spanish or Indian or Canadian or… I love them...

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Growing Pains

Growing Pains

I don't know what it is about Huntington Beach, but something about it is super grounding for me.  There's obviously a pretty view, but it's more than that. Maybe it’s because my family has come here every year since my husband and I have been married. Regardless...

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Be Still, Be Present, Be Positive

What if three simple Bs could change your life? 🐝 I was given the opportunity to speak about how these 3 ways of Being have changed my life, so I thought I’d share some of my thoughts: BE STILL: This does not mean “do nothing.” Rather, being still means listening for...

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Awaken Your Voice

Awaken Your Voice

I’ll never forget the way it felt To stand on that stage, facing fears I didn’t know I had.  I was scared out of my mind …   ...And into my heart I felt my VOICE for first time in a long time, pleading to be heard.  DOING IT wasn’t near as scary as thinking about it...

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I am Most Happy When…

I am Most Happy When…

I notice I am most happy when I am: present & engaged in my life, physically active in various ways, allowing myself to have play and have fun, nurturing important relationships (including with myself), & consistently progressing toward my next step. When I...

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Gratitude

Gratitude

I’ve always been grateful. Or at least I thought I was grateful. It was a passive gratitude—grateful for what I thought was good in my life and accepting the rest as “meant to be.” In her research, Brené Brown (author of  The Gift of Imperfection) discovered that...

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