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The One Thing That’s Costing You Your Relationship

Listen…there’s one thing that you don’t even realize you’re doing and it’s costing you your relationship. I know it costed me one big one. The one that isn’t technically supposed to. Do you have any idea? Take a wild guess? Is it your lack of communication? Is... read more

Are You Overwhelmed By Your To-Do List?

I’ve been wearing many hats for years now – we all have.  I’ve worn the hats of being a violin teacher, a paralegal, a volunteer, an entrepreneur, a dreamer, a freelance writer, a life coach, a yogi in training, an avid runner, a mentor and so on.  One problem... read more


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How Unconditional Love Saved My Marriage

Getting outside of ourselves and our own “stuff” can be a challenge.   Our long held ingrained beliefs and our fight to be right and be heard can dominate our relationships. Many of us feel the following way: Our needs aren’t being met, and we...
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How To Be Kind Rather Than Nice

Kindness connects to who you are, while niceness connects to how you want to be seen. -David Levithan I was in my late 40s when I became single again after a turbulent relationship I’d expected to last a lifetime.  Because we’d moved to the city I was living in less...
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Get Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable

Get comfortable with being uncomfortable! Have you heard this saying before?  The first time I heard this was during a workout.  Yes, a workout.  There I was in my living room, doing a Jillian Michaels workout DVD.  And there she was – during the peak of my exhaustion...
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May You Be Free From Suffering

Yoga and Buddhist wisdom may ease the suffering of chronic pain. There has been a lot of research devoted to the role that emotions, stored anger and ‘stuffed feelings’ have on chronic pain syndromes.  Yoga with its emphasis on breath work and turning inward allows us...
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From Box To Butterfly

Take a step back and really think about this: How did you choose the people you surrounded yourself with when you were growing up? Seriously, take a moment to think about the answer before reading further. I was a nerd until I was 12. All my friends were video game...
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Making Excuses Versus Staying Committed To Your Fitness Goals

Yesterday morning I woke up and worked out. I’m telling you this because it had been awhile. A few months actually, since I had ‘officially’ exercised. It was a back in July that I made the choice– my daughter got sick and, understandably so, needed my extra energy...
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Want to Be Happy? Stop Using Social Media in the Morning

The happiness trap.  We all desire to be happy, many of us, even chase this fancy feeling.  But why is it so hard to feel happy?  In this article, we will dissect how consuming social media in the morning robs you of your happiness. I know from personal experience, I...
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10 Things Money Cannot Buy

Money and sex- They can rule your world if you’re not wise enough.  They have powerful energies. Everything can be so wonderful and full of love.  But when money and sex come into play – the situation can completely change upside down. You can have your life...
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Soften – To Live With More Ease

It’s a crazy world we live in. Chaos. Suffering. Pain. Loss. Love. Hope. Despair. Laughter. Tears. Fears. Smiles.  Living with ease can be a difficult thing to do.  Furthermore, living a life where you approach difficult situations in a softened way, can sometimes...
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More than Skin Deep: Resilience in the Face of Health Challenges

Four years ago, I left my doctor’s office with a double diagnosis of fibroids and PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome). Fibroid tumors are benign so they did not trouble me as much as the hormonal imbalances of PCOS. I knew I was experiencing more fatigue than usual and...
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