When faced with a challenge or a situation that doesn’t go the way you would like it to go, it helps to know what is within your control. To help with this, draw a shape that represents you on a piece of paper – this may be a circle, a stick figure, a drawing of […]Read more "What you control"
When you need self-guidance on what direction to go in life, tap into your values for clues and answers. To begin, define what you want and then answer the question: why is that important? The way you answer this question tells you what you value and guides your decision. When you don’t answer this question, […]Read more "Why is that important to you?"
This past week I had the honor of speaking on a panel about women in leadership at Seattle University, hosted by Dr. Kimberly Harden. The energy and diversity in the room, mostly students, was refreshing and invigorating. The students were engaged, curious, and looking for answers. What will the workplace be like for us? […]Read more "Look for fulfillment in your truth"
The subconscious mind holds patterns and beliefs based in survival and safety, meaning it looks for things that are out of place or can go wrong. It is at its most relaxed and open when we go to sleep and when we wake up in the morning. This means that what we absorb or do […]Read more "Where it all begins"
“The more I read, the more I acquire, the more certain I am that I know nothing.” – Voltaire You read an awesome article online and you’re sure it will help you with your fill-in-the-blank: diet, health, mental well-being, personal development, relationship, etc. Then, you scroll and forget about the article and miss an opportunity […]Read more "How to apply the tips and tricks"
Life is like a river. Sometimes you’re riding the rapids with a smile on your face, other times you’re holding on, trying to control it all. Sometimes it’s mundane and slow (will I ever get to where I want to go?). Then, there are those times when you’re cruising easy and things fall into place. […]Read more "Creating Space for Rest and Relaxation"
The kids need to be dropped off, there are 10 things on the calendar today and only eight hours to do them in, traffic has me anxious about making my first appointment, and I’m not sure how I’m going to find time to eat today. Does any of this sound familiar? Many of us have […]Read more "What are you grateful for?"