Do You Feel…”blah”?

Do you know why you feel “blah”? One reason might be because you aren’t experiencing new things and you’re just following a regimented schedule. Wake up – go to work – come home – eat – watch tv – sleep – wake up – go to work – come home – eat – watch tv – sleep – etc. Why do you think kids are so happy? Trust me, this is related. It’s because they are constantly learning; everywhere they

Psychology Today published my article last night…and now it’s the 3rd most popular article on the site.

It’s 2:07pm where I am right now and I’d like to admit that I just started coming out of a shock I went into this morning. Let me tell you why… At the VERY end of last year I started a self-help experiment which I shared with you on youtube and my facebook page – 30 Days to Self Love. It is an exercise developed by Dr. Jennice Vilhauer catered to help you gain self love. I actually found it

Veterans’ Day

Oftentimes, people point to the United States as the place where dreams can come true – The American Dream! But like all good things, the United States did not just come to exist by accident. There were lots of people who helped shape what it is today with a lot of sacrifice and hard work. And regardless of what you may think of the United States right now, the fact still remains, that there are millions of people living in

“You have to be child-like in the pursuit of your life, but you cannot be childish.” ~Elizabeth Gilbert

In October 2013, exactly 2 years ago to this day, I left my corporate job to become a coach who helps people live their dream lives. At that time, most of the people in my life did not support my decision, with the exception of my then-boyfriend (my husband) and my coach. “You’re crazy!” “Why are you throwing away everything you worked for?” “Do you know how hard this is going to be?” “Chances are this won’t work out for

A Success Story…since most of the news these days is depressing.

Today’s post is a special one for me. It’s about one of my clients who I’d like to tell you about. I can’t tell you who my client is, because I’m serious about keeping my clients’ identities confidential; but for the purpose of this post, I’m going to refer to my client as Tavera. I’ve been working with Tavera since April 2015 to help her find her passion, get on a date (hadn’t dated in 20 years), and get more

Letting Go – Part 4

No matter whether you’re an introvert or extrovert, having friends is an integral part of living a healthy, balanced, and happy life. And although I could have told you that based off of my experience, don’t just take my word for it. Here’s one article that summarizes some scientific reasons for you. AND here’s another. In this latter article, WebMD explains the benefits of having friends. Do you have friends? Good. Don’t have friends and feeling lonely? Check it out…if you feel lonely

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