I used to own a bath and body care company. We started it in my garage in 2009, made soap, bath bombs, shower bombs, body butter, body polish, salt soaks and a bunch of other great stuff with the best ingredients, by hand. It was a great concept, we made wonderful things. So wonderful that… Read More Some of My History….
So I’ve been re-reading the book The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks, lately. Do you ever read something and feel like the person who wrote it, wrote it for you? Like they somehow magically knew that you’d need to hear this particular thing? See the thing that stands in the way of my greatest successes… Read More Taking The Big Leap
Isn’t it funny how when you have things you are working on, the lesson comes to you over and over. You hear it in a friends story, in the music you listen to, in the books you pick up casually, the thing your soul is ready to shift surrounds you. It’s like the new car… Read More Consistency
Contemplation for the day: Does my life just happen to me? Or am I steering the ship? How do I get to the life I dream of? I’ve been listening to Lindsay Teague Moreno again. This time talking about setting goals. She has some interesting facts from the Harvard Business Review: 83% of people in… Read More Who’s Steering The Ship Here?
I love Brendon Burchard’s story, he was in a serious car accident at 19, and in facing death had an epiphany that changed the direction of his life. What he realized is that at the end of our lives we are faced with three basic questions: Did I Live? Did I live my life? Was… Read More The Most Important Questions
One of the things that has become increasingly important to me over the past 3 years is supporting other people walking the journey of caregiver or cancer fighter. It is a surreal experience and there are times that only someone who has also set up all night at the bedside of a loved one, someone… Read More Supporting Each Other
it’s strange how bad I’ve become at being alone At being still with my thoughts All of these things That we carry in our pockets Give us the illusion of connectedness But it’s like diet food Or eating popcorn for dinner Where is the meat of it? The sound of a friends breath as they… Read More On Connection