Month: March 2017

Optimism: The Key to Starting Over When We’ve Failed

optimism, failure, how to overcome failure, try again, succeed, success, self-care, self-empowerment

Once we’ve failed at a resolution or a goal–how do we re-engage and start again? We’ve all felt the weight of this experience–the frustration and the shame of it. How do we rise up, dust ourselves off, and dare to try again?

“I’ve missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games. Twenty-six times I’ve been trusted to take the game-winning shot and missed. I’ve failed over…

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Spring Detox: Five Easy Action Steps for Energy Renewal

spring detox, energy, vitality, invigorate, renew, spring renewal, cleanse

Spring Detox: throw off the winter sloth and heaviness–harness the emerging energy of spring to cleanse and invigorate!

Everyone knows what toxicity feels like. It’s the sickening headache that comes on when we’ve inadvertently sniffed diesel fuel out on the road or tarmac, or walked past one of those bath and body stores that spew out objectionable unnatural scents. It’s the awful…

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Body Wisdom: What Our Bodies Can Teach Us

strong bodies, strong emotions, intuition, creativity, self-healing, self-empowerment

Is there something in your life that needs to change? To heal? Your body is probably telling you about it right now. We can learn to decipher our body’s wisdom.

I’ve ignored my body’s wisdom–the persistently aching shoulder reminding me to hug into myself (rather than extending out to others all the time), the gnawing discomfort in my gut telling me about that toxic person who needed a boot…

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Deprivation: The Challenge of Lifestyle Change

deprivation, grief, letting go, setting intention, using affirmation, self-care, mindfulness, creating change, lifestyle change, the still quiet voice

Making lifestyle changes–like how we eat or sleep–can seem daunting. But it’s doable when we get organized around it…and learn to deal with deprivation.

Facing Our Nemesis: Deprivation

What do we do with the deep feelings of attachment we experience about the habits we love–the food, staying up late, the extra glass of wine–and the grief and and loss that hits us when we try to create…

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