Trigger Warning: Suicide Ideation In light of the recent passing of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain by suicide, and the call to reach out to the “strong” friends, it felt important to share my story. Anthony Bourdain’s death rattled me in ways I was not expecting. I sat and wondered why the death of a … Read More about I am the “strong” friend
Playing small. This had been a recurring theme in my life. The desire to stay out of the limelight, to make myself small and unnoticeable has, in the past, been a priority for me. I learned early on to put my needs second and not rock the boat. And to never share my hopes and … Read More about Playing Small: Don’t you know I’m talking about a revolution?
#Truthbomb In my work with clients, I often talk about limiting beliefs and how our old stories, many of those that stem from deep wounding, can create blocks and difficulties in our lives. While I help my clients explore the root of their limiting beliefs, I also have to be really honest with myself about … Read More about Limiting beliefs and shifting the story
Lately I’ve been thinking about how challenging and rewarding it can feel to show up authentically. Being authentic is also my intention for this year, so it is on my mind quite a bit. My desire is to be able to show up authentically as often as I can. And I think I do a … Read More about On being unapologetically authentic
“The love of life and the desire to thrive comes from within you, it is the secret to inspired living!” – Amy White We’ve all experienced feelings of being lost in our lives. Whether we’ve been unsure how or when to take the next step in our careers, relationships or spiritual development, things can feel out … Read More about Living Your Inspired Life – Workshop Series
#Truthbomb So many of us are walking around with a wounded inner-child who just wants to have their voice heard and to be recognized and acknowledged. This is the part of us who may not have learned how to ask for what we need. Or the part that was conditioned to believe projections of our … Read More about Re-parenting my inner child
Most mornings I sit down with my journal and write. What gets written isn’t as important to me as simply creating the opportunity to release whatever thoughts, feelings and emotions need to flow out of my body. Some days I write about my sadness, the unexpected changes in my life or challenges I’m facing, and … Read More about Every morning I ask myself about resistance. Here’s why…
As I was aimlessly scrolling through my social media feed recently, I suddenly came upon a post that shared three simple words… *Words Are Sacred* I stopped my scrolling and felt the truth in what I read. And it got me thinking… How often do I consider the words I use to be sacred? As … Read More about How are you using your words?
Recently I ran a full marathon. It was an experience that I will never forget. The fact that I completed a marathon could be the headline of this post, but it’s actually not the point. It’s more of the exclamation point. What I really want to share is how I followed my intuition from the … Read More about Running on Intuition: My Marathon Journey
“Sounds like you are on the right path” My colleague shared this feedback with me after I gave an update on how things had been going with my business. It’s great to have a sounding board and an accountability partner to help keep things on track. But as my colleague said these words, I stopped … Read More about Are you on the Right Path?