2015: How to Remain Resolved

January/February Edition

Making New Year’s resolutions is a great idea. But, right after the holidays, if you expect to immediately shift into high gear juggling all sorts of new, far-reaching goals, you’re planning to fail before you even get started. The post-holiday period can feel exhausting…almost like operating in slow motion.…

The Million Dollar Lesson

It’s only days before Christmas; the holiday that often brings on an emotional and spiritual kaleidoscope of “being”. If you’re alone, it can seem like everyone else is part of a couple or a happy family, and the loneliness can be overwhelming.…

Can you be hexed by an ex?

Do you ever wonder if your life is stymied because somebody put a curse on you? In one of my favorite films, My Big Fat Greek Wedding, the family pretends to (affectionately) spit on one another to ward off evil spirits.…

Between Floors

At this time of year, transition can be especially hard. I’m in awe of those rare individuals who have the willingness to experience transition with grace and dignity, whose confidence, initiative, and sense of purpose fuels their ability to leap out of existing comfort zones to navigate a new path into an untried direction.…

The catalyst for positive change can be found where you least expect it!

My husband has always been a news junkie. He watches local, national, and international coverage, and loves to hunker down in front of the TV at night catching up with the syndicated talk show hosts who keep their  audiences informed about world events.…