Inspired to do it differently.
Category: Life Lessons
Do you ever notice that even though you’ve done the same thing over and over with satisfaction, one day you’re inspired to do it differently and end up stopping the former behavior just because it no longer “feels right”? For decades, one of my Go-To ways to support a healthy immune system is to exercise on a mini-trampoline. My nutritional counselor got me started on this habit and later my physician also recommended it. I Read More
Perspective and Perception is Everything! Compassionate relationships are an art, and building healthy relationships can benefit from a conscious approach of respect and interpersonal communication skills with others. Would you like to benefit from better communication skills in your current relationships? Today I’m diving into lessons I’ve learned through loss, as well as three relationship tips to communicate compassionately. Let’s get to it. I was never taught how to effectively communicate either in my childhood Read More
Compassionate Relationships: 50 Years and Counting! How Does She Do It?
Category: Life Lessons, work-life balance
People ask me how I have been able to make my relationship with my husband work for 50 years. Let’s start by saying I don’t “make” our relationship work. It works because I’ve worked on myself correcting my emotional imbalances, negative attitudes, erroneous perspectives, negative self-talk and lack of respect. As I work on these areas, I’ve gained greater respect for myself and for my husband. I believe it doesn’t work to try and “make” a relationship work between Read More
It Started with a Strong Decision to be Healthy and Whole. No matter what…
Category: Life Coaching, Life Lessons, Self Care, work-life balance
You may not know this about me, but I was once an overweight emotional-eater who now has plenty to share about how at 73 years old I’m able to live and love a vibrant healthy life without chronic illness or pain. And it all started with a strong decision to be healthy and whole no matter what it took. It’s no secret that thirty-seven years ago I reversed early symptoms of several chronic diseases by Read More
Welcome back as I continue my series on how to find greater ease through the pandemic (or any difficulty!) with grace and calm. If you’ve followed along, you’ve seen how I’ve focused on different ways to effectively use your mind to improve your life. Have you tried them? If so, let me know about your experience here: [email protected] Today I’m going to talk about the value of resetting your mindset for positivity. I know what Read More