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Feeling a Bit Like Eeyore These Days

This post should've been written two days ago. This post should've been published five hours ago. This post is meant to be inspiring, supportive, and motivating. This week, this post has missed all those marks. As I've shared briefly through some recent notes, life has been challenging, to say the least. ...

Get Those Gears Turning, and Keep ‘Em Turning

I have some good momentum going in an area of my life where I'd been pretty stagnant. It feels awesome to be back in the flow, and also a bit scary that things could go off the rails again. Two questions I remind my clients to use whenever they feel stuck are ...

If I Ever Won the Lottery…

I'm sitting here reading through some #IfIWonPowerball tweets on Twitter and giggling. I'd hire Morgan Freeman to read me my textbooks. I'd pay off my student loans and use the remaining $45 for a nice steak dinner. (sad truth these days) I'd get a venti at Starbucks instead of a grande. Everyone (at least ...

What Your Friends’ Posts Say about You

'Tis the season for goals and resolutions: A time when you may feel inspired and motivated, or overwhelmed and intimidated. You're likely seeing friends post their aspirations for the new year on various social media sites. Some may already be celebrating some wins. People tend to have one of five reactions to ...

How To Spend the Holidays with Loved Ones Who Have Passed

While driving home from a Christmas party last weekend, I pass an exit on the highway off which an ex-coworker lived. Sandy passed away several years ago, and as I continue my ride, I think about the time we worked together. Admittedly, she often drove me nuts. She was a "wake-up-talking" ...

Spiritual Lessons from a Sprained Knee

I'm heading downstairs to get some breakfast when my left foot slides out in front of me while my right foot stays planted, resulting in a full-on split with my back leg twisted. Not knowing whether anything is broken, I take a couple deep breaths and pull my leg around to ...

Do You Really Know What Your Kids Want for Christmas? The Answer Might Surprise You

I recently watched a video that's circulating around the internet, and its message has really stayed with me. It's an IKEA of Spain advertisement that starts with the words, "Why do we insist on not giving our children the gifts they really want for Christmas?" Right away, I was pulled in. The ...

Five Tips To Enjoy (Survive) the Holidays

The holidays are upon us. A time of fun, family, friends, and frustration. To help you increase the fun and decrease the frustration, here are some quick, holiday survival tips: Give yourself more time than you think you need to travel, shop, or cook. Expect crowds and delays. Better to be ...

Say YES To Life and It’ll Respond in Kind

Last weekend, I flew to Puerto Rico to surprise my sister for her birthday (check out my disguise!). She was vacationing down there with some family and friends to celebrate her big day. Two weeks prior, I had no plans to go anywhere. Then, my brother presented me with an idea ...

The Power of the Pause

On a call this week, a client and I were talking about how to practice being less reactionary, whether when invited to dinner, when asked to help out in some way, or when your buttons get pushed. If you tend to quickly say "yes" to requests or invitations, but then later ...

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