Nature’s Rhythms Do you ever feel peaceful, maybe even joyful, only to have it disappear an hour or a day later and wonder what the heck happened? “Where did this black cloud come from, and how do I get
I’ve been on a quest to change some long-standing belief systems…you know…those beliefs we pick up as kids (often not very useful ones) which become the glasses through which we see the world. A belief many people share is, “There
Being Glee I was gleeful as a child. I remember it well. I spent a lot of time in the great outdoors of the Colorado mountains. I was content to play for hours, communing with my best friend, Mother Nature.
Gratitude and Joy One of my favorite things is to wander…to follow that little voice that says “turn here” or “that looks interesting, let’s go there.” There’s something about not having an agenda or destination of any sort that allows
Upheaval Is Everywhere I’ve been pondering upheaval to uplevel again. That’s become my new buzz phrase. I’m noticing that upheaval is everywhere, which is somehow comforting. What that means that it is not unusual to me, or you, but is
Inauguration Brings Change Today is a changing day in America Today is Inauguration Day 2017. U.S. citizens have been clamoring for change for decades. Today that wish comes true. Donald Trump, a man determined to make big changes, becomes our
5 Ways to Make Your Mornings Magical We all have those days where we have to dash off to something or other but is that the majority of the time for you? Or just once in a while?
The Upside of Emotional Crashes I’ve lived a helluva life. In a little over a decade I’ve moved at least a dozen times, been in two car-totaling crashes, and been through two divorces. Those are the things I can
Three Tools for Change When it is time to “uplevel” I recognize that I need a lot of support—a team if you will. My team is one of my tools for change. I seek body workers, certain types of
Upleveling For years, up until just a few months ago actually, I was convinced that divorce was a tragedy that I had to both survive and recover from to get on with my “normal” life. Now I realize divorce