3 Tips to Survive Curveballs in Life

September 3rd, 2014

I think we would all agree that part of the human experience is dealing with the “unknowns” that are lurking around the next corner. Unfortunately, we cannot always predict these circumstances nor prepare for their arrival in our lives. Dealing with these “curveballs” in life can be stressful, exhausting, anxiety-provoking, and overwhelming, to say the very least. They are capable of completely tapping us out and even making us depressed over time. So, how can we navigate through these waters … Read more.

Learning the Art of Gratefulness

November 23rd, 2013

November has forever been the month that we all become more focused on taking note of our blessings. We are surrounded by reminders that Thanksgiving is just around the corner and we feel the need to pause and take a quick inventory of all that we have to be grateful for. Learning to keep that spirit of gratefulness going long after the turkey is carved and the last piece of pumpkin pie is devoured is quite another story, however. For … Read more.

Celebrations DO Matter!

May 20th, 2013

This time of the year we are reminded daily of the importance of celebrations!  They are everywhere around us, graduations, weddings, showers, family reunions, and other important life events.    What is the significance of celebrating these life events?  Why should we spend the money, time and effort to mark these occasions, anyway? Well, for several reasons, actually.  First, these celebrations bring families and friends together and serve multiple purposes, not the least of which is to bond us together by sharing … Read more.

Forgiveness–do it for YOU!

February 13th, 2013

Do you feel “stuck” in life and not able to move on because you are carrying around old wounds and hurts or resentments from things that happened years ago? Maybe it was a mistake you made or one made by someone else that caused the suffering and hurt in your life. But, now the guilt and the agony keep you stuck in neutral and feeling trapped and unhappy. There is good news, however, and it IS possible to get beyond all … Read more.

“Nourish to Flourish”

November 6th, 2012

Many of us are walking around with our “tanks” on empty these days! We are the kings and queens of multi-tasking and we are pretty skilled at keeping a dozen or so balls in the air at any given moment! We all live on the treadmill called “life” and we don’t feel normal unless we are going forward at full speed! The problem with all of this is that we rarely slow down enough to really get a perspective of … Read more.

An Attitude of Gratitude

October 18th, 2011

Psychologists in the past few years have focused more research on happiness and what seems to contribute to people becoming genuinely happy.  What they have learned is that gratitude is one skill that will increase your happiness.  In fact, people who keep a “gratitude journal” generally see a rise in their happiness within a few weeks.  It is a simple concept, you just write down each day in your journal or notebook,  3-5 things about that day that you appreciate … Read more.

Summertime Bliss

June 22nd, 2011

Ahhhh…at long last, summertime is here!   The backpacks are put away, the kids have put down their pencils, and the alarm clocks are turned off for a few months signaling that more laid back time of the year we greatly anticipate, called “summer.” What does summer signal for you?  Is there a special significance or meaning you have attached to summer from your memories of childhood or from years when you were raising your own family?  What importance does summer play … Read more.

Take Back Your Life–NOW!

March 9th, 2011

Is your tank on “empty” these days?  Do you feel like you are consumed with meeting everyones’ needs while putting your own needs on the back burner?  Do you want to be more productive and organized with the time and space you have?   Is it time to get a “lifestyle makeover?”  Do you long to find some inner peace again on this treadmill called “life?” If you answered “yes” to any of the above questions, then it is time for … Read more.

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