“The happiest people I know are evaluating and improving themselves. The unhappy people are usually evaluating and judging others.”
It’s amazing how many inspiring people I’ve had the opportunity to connect with through my writing. Just the other morning I woke up to an email from a lovely girl named Celine. She had discovered a piece of mine on Thought Catalog that resonated with her own powerful message: “When did we start to receiveContinue reading “Let’s Write Our Own Life Stories”
It’s so easy to take things personally, isn’t it? It has taken me years- and I mean years- to realize that gossip isn’t about me at all; cruel words, secret giggles, and lies are reflections of those speaking them. A wise person once said “when you point the finger, there’s three pointing back at yourself.” Continue reading “Gossip: It’s Low Vibe Energy”
This week has been full of surprises! I recently connected with a hypnotherapist in Cambridge who had me on his community TV show these past two weeks. I know what you may be thinking- you went on television and were hypnotized? Were you conscious? Did you do something weird? Let me assure you, it wasn’tContinue reading “It’s An Abundant World”
As I begin to work with a new client, I gave her a simple exercise to complete for me today: List 20 things you like about yourself. This seems simple enough, right? I did this exercise for myself yesterday as I sat on the beach and put together a program to help her shift herContinue reading “How to Boost Self Confidence”
I’m still coming down from all of the creative and inspirational energy I took in from my last trip back to NYC. Wow! From the moment I saw the skyline to the feeling I had while driving out of the city, the weekend was nothing but magic. It felt like home again. One of myContinue reading “Living With Grace and Grit”
We have all the power we need within ourselves.
Wives, girlfriends, and mothers deserve better than the way some of these men act. This isn’t up for discussion or debate. If what you said to me made me or another woman uncomfortable, then it’s not acceptable. We are not “too sensitive.”