Do, Be, Give

This came to me in mediation the other night. There are three types of people. Givers, doers and be-ers. Until I spoke with a psychologist friend to verify this, I had no idea I was on track with my information. It made total sense to me so I was grateful for the validation from a …

Cookies in the Car

Yep, I admit it, I did that. I ate some cookies in the car. Why? Because I was stressed out. Many of us are stress eaters. We reach for food when we’re upset. What we reach for is different for everyone. What’s your food of choice? Oftentimes it’s something that has good memories attached to …

Do What Feels Right

Do you ever find yourself being indecisive? That’s when we’d be better off doing what feels right. That sounds so obvious, doesn’t it? If we all knew what felt right all the time, we wouldn’t need advisors, consultants, psychics, therapists, coaches etc. We would just know the answer. But that’s not often how our lives …

The Mind is Like a Toddler

While in the middle of writing a proposal at work have you found yourself interrupted by thoughts of, “Is that cute guy I just met going to call me back?” Or you’re working out on the treadmill and your mind strays to, “Will I ever lose these 15 lbs?” We do it often and don’t …

The Possibilities are Endless

Possibilities are Like an Endless Buffet Whatever you desire in life is waiting for you. Waiting for what, you ask? For you to choose. The greatest gift we have is choice. I can’t stress that enough.  Until you make a choice, your desires won’t come true. All of our desires lay waiting for us in …

Dishing the Dirt Can Get Dirty

Don’t Be Food for the Fodder If you’ve ever gone through a rough patch and your friends know, they ask how you are doing. You may not want to share at first depending on your nature, but eventually you may break down and spill the beans because it feels good to get it out. It’s …

Wallow in It

Sometimes when we’re in the process of attempting to let something go, we realize we don’t really want to even though it doesn’t do us any good. Why would we hold onto something that isn’t serving us? Because on some level, it is. It could be a variety of things: It forms the basis of …