Meditation for Your Life

The idea of balance – family, work and life – is a popular topic these days.  Most of us have families, jobs, friends and community activities we’re involved in.  Some of us have experienced additional pressures due to the economy, or changes in our life circumstances.  Maybe you or someone Read more…

Enjoy Your Travels!

We just got back from a fabulous trip – first to Vancouver, Canada (my new favorite city) and then on a wonderful cruise to the Inside Passage in Alaska.  I’ve had many friends who have vacationed in Alaska and just loved it, and I fell in love with this beautiful Read more…

How Do You Look?

By now, most of us know that it only takes a few seconds upon meeting someone to form an impression of that person. That impression can make all the difference in whether or not we are perceived as intelligent and competent, if we get hired, what kind of service we Read more…

A Commitment to Yourself

I’ve had several conversations recently with friends, colleagues and acquaintances about what they consider their biggest challenges on a day-to-day basis.  It probably won’t come as a surprise that time – or the lack of it – is often right at the top of the list.  Whether it is time Read more…

So What’s Right with You?

Today, let’s talk about what’s right with you.  Yes, what’s right.  Too often, we get caught up in what isn’t working in ourselves, or our lives, and forget to appreciate what does work, and works well.  Sometimes we’re overly critical of ourselves. Or we expect perfection and are harshly critical Read more…

Your Foundation

Everyone is busy these days. We’re juggling family, home, work, school and social obligations with the never-ending list of things “to-do” we have on our plate – grocery shopping, household tasks, and getting the kids to the dentist. Some of us may be concerned with getting Mom or Dad to Read more…