I’m TIRED. It’s been an exhausting year. I’ve also been having a hard time motivating lately. My blogs are getting harder to write, I keep comparing myself to what other life coaches are doing, and I end up not writing anything at all. It looks like this: ◾ “She sends an email twice a week, […]

I used to be ruled by FOMO (fear of missing out). It drove everything I did. I was the first to arrive at a party, and the last to leave. I would avoid saying no to events, for fear of missing the fun. I would take it personally if I wasn’t invited, as if I […]

Your past no longer exists. The only way it exists is in your thought about it NOW. Ever told a story that seems to change over time? Or notice that each member of your family tells a different variation of the same story? That’s because it’s in the past and ONLY exists in your minds. […]

My long-time friend & life coach has always called me a “woman of action”. I’m a DO-er. If I want something done, I just DO it. It serves me well in many facets of my life. However, I’ve recently realized that it sometimes can be to my detriment. When you over-action — you’re putting a […]

The other day, as I was packing for my move, my blood sugar got really low. I forced myself to take a break and wait for my sugars to return to normal. As I’m lying on my couch, my first thought was “I hate this feeling”. Which made me feel worse. I started thinking about […]

A week from today, I move back into my condo on 17th Street. I’m so excited I can hardly contain myself. I can’t believe how much I miss that place! Why did I move out? I’ve posted before about changing external circumstances to make yourself happy. That’s why. When the pandemic first hit,⛔ I was […]

I recently listened to a podcast* that totally rocked my world. It put a new perspective on my drinking and over-eating.

The podcast talked about the difference between JOY and PLEASURE.

I survived my MRI!! (Per my previous post). It actually wasn’t NEARLY as bad as expected, or as bad as the MRI with my head exposed. There were several reasons for this, but first and foremost: It was because of the power and control I felt knowing that my thoughts create my feelings. I was […]

I’m getting an MRI on my shoulder next Tuesday, and I’m terrified. The last time I got an MRI, it wasn’t even a full-body one, and I thought I was going to have a panic attack. I didn’t like knowing that I was left alone, unable to move, the beeping freaked me out, my insulin […]