Reflecting on a lesson in hospitality from my Grandma and Grandpa. Plus a really good healthy cookie recipe! Continue reading Freeze the cookies
Will you be present to witness the beauty, even in the pain? Continue reading The Breath of Life
Grief is our lifelong companion on this journey around the sun. There may have been times that you didn’t know that it was there, but when it does appear, you realize that it never left. When you lose someone you … Continue reading Grief, a lifelong companion
Everything ends. The words from Death Cab for Cutie’s “Meet me on the Equinox” have been echoing through my mind the last few days. A cue for me to write. Today’s the equinox, the time when light and dark meet … Continue reading Everything ends. Meet me on the Equinox.
Sometimes we discover a new place close to where we already are. Why not explore what is in your own backyard? Continue reading In your own neighborhood
Focusing on one healthy habit can lead to even more healthier habits. Here I share my experience of focusing on walking, and how it has positively affected other parts of my life. Continue reading Transformation begins with little habits
It’s easy to keep moving. Harder to sit still. But, in the silence and stillness is where your true connection is heard. It’s where your soul’s purpose whispers hello. Meditate on true and lovely thoughts. Allow the magic of this … Continue reading Sit Still
In the end, it doesn’t even matter. All the fear, the arguments, the being right. Dr. Wayne Dyer always said, I’d rather be happy than right. I would agree with him. When you have left this earth, what matters is … Continue reading In the end, it doesn’t even matter
When the time comes, will you be ready? When the opportunity to share your story arises, will you speak? Each moment, each day is preparation. Sometimes, we don’t even know the reason we are preparing. We train for the race … Continue reading When the time comes, will you be ready?
When you meet me, you meet my Dad. You also meet my best friend (she’s amazing!), my high school calculus teacher (he taught me patience), and my first boss (So generous and always brought us Krispy Kremes). Each time we … Continue reading When you meet me, you meet my Dad