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…

“It felt more like a performance than a chat,” said a trusted Master Coach Training (MCT) classmate earlier this summer. This feedback that accompanied my latest assignment wasn’t exactly news to me. I’d received similar critiques from several of…

If you’ve read much of my work, you know one of the recurrent themes is my transition from a shiny, perfect-seeming life to follow the calling of my heart and spirit toward something more. Not more stuff, not more…

I want to introduce you to a friend of mine. Her name is Ms. Holly Wood. I’ve known her since birth, although we haven’t always been close. She has a killer wardrobe that hangs perfectly on her tiny, borderline-unhealthy…