In 2001, a friend and I decided to run the San Diego Rock ’n’ Roll Marathon. We’d never run anywhere near 26.2 miles before, so we decided we were going to be PRE-PARED!   We bought “the” official marathon…

For the first few weeks of sheltering-in-place, I kept a relatively normal schedule, tucked away in my home office, working, while furloughed Chase cross stitched, listened to Bill Simmons’ podcast, and customized a kickass deviled egg recipe.   Last…

“Move toward that which makes you feel most alive. In Japan, they call it waku waku. You can actually feel it in your body. It’s your most reliable GPS for discovering your already-installed creative capital.” Pam Grout, Thank &…

Just a few short years ago, I imploded my life spectacularly.  After a great deal of time and effort spent on law school and becoming an attorney, I left the practice of law.  After 12 years with my husband,…

I cried on the way to my office last week.  Now before you get too worried (I’m talking to you, Mom!), allow me to provide some background, as well as some tips so that you, too, may be crying…

This past spring, I had the amazing honor of being Anita Moorjani’s guest on her Hay House Radio show, “Beyond the Extraordinary.” During our time together, Anita asked me if I had any advice for her listeners on how…

To the casual observer, the scene in my living room on that dreary day in early March wasn’t so unusual. I was lying on the couch, and my feline companion of almost 20 years, Big Jeans (aka Biggie), was…

Recently, I received a thoughtful gift from a mentor in the form of a yearlong journal designed to help you face fears and pursue your dreams. On the front in neon green capital letters is the oft-repeated quote “Do…