When was the last time you felt such an energetic rush that your whole body tingled with goose bumps? That feeling your core recognizes as embarking on something amazing and magical. For me, that was envisioning my upcoming Healing & Hatching Retreat, which brings together all of my favorite things: coaching, sea turtles, wildlife conservation, immersion in nature, international travel as well as building connections and community. … More Healing & Hatching in Costa Rica
Equus Coaching involves utilizing your personal energy to invite, send and guide a horse around a pen. Think non-verbal horse whispering.
There’s no faking it with a horse. Despite what your outside may portray, he is reading everything your inside is doing. … More Integrity is Congruency Between our Inside and our Outside
As a child-free adult, Halloween hasn’t engaged me in years. The more I learn about Dia de los Muertos (October 31-November 2), All Souls Day (November 2) and All Saints Day (November 1), I’m shifting my perspective to that of remembering, honoring and celebrating those who have passed on. … More Six Suggestions to Honor the Dead
Yesterday, I conducted a workshop on chronic pain and how our bodies communicate to us through physical sensations because they love us. The irony is, I have a fear of public speaking and my body knows this. … More Learning to Trust Myself & My Body
Society once saw leisure as a sign of affluence and people strove for a life of leisure. Now, working hardest appears to be the highest goal and busyness is a form of social currency. … More How rest can help you lose Weight
With the introduction of digital cameras, photo storage changed from space-consuming boxes of film to a computer’s hard drive. All of a sudden, we were not limited by the amount of film cartons we could carry because memory cards were small, lightweight, cheap and could be used repeatedly after downloading.
Learn how this relates to your own personal memories and freeing yourself from the junk. … More Memory is Unlimited, but Storage is Costly
Life’s storms come rolling in with thunder, lighting, rain and wind. They’re loud, they’re powerful and they’re an unavoidable reality. Recently, I was meditating, asking for next steps to take and inner wisdom on braving a particular inner storm. The answer that arrived was a feather. … More Three Steps to Feather Life’s Storms
For anyone who has ever started and completed a house-remodeling project – whether that’s redoing a kitchen or bathroom or maybe it’s a simple updating of a patio deck – you probably know that it never goes exactly as planned, no matter how much planning you do. There is always some unforeseeable hiccup that knocks things off course – sometimes slightly, other times way off course.
How can you apply this to the rest of your life? Learn how to shift into hero-mode… … More What House Projects & your Personal Hero’s Journey have in Common
I’m digging on Nike’s new ad campaign! Yes, I support everyone who stands up and out for what they believe in. Yes, I admire those whose resolve to be extraordinary and continually do better in the face of adverse circumstances. Yes, I stand beside those who are willing to be honest about what needs to be fixed in our society. Yes to all of that! AND…I love:
“It’s only crazy ‘til you do it.” … More What Nike’s new Campaign has to Teach Us
As humans, we are naturally programmed to take the path of least resistance and opt for the quick fix. Evolutionarily speaking, early (wo)man’s very short life relied on conserving that energy through taking shortcuts. Even our brain is wired to create shortcuts, called biases, so that we don’t have to process all the information coming at us at once. … More How to tell whether something needs to be fixed or totally overhauled