I had been beating myself up because I felt I had been neglecting my blog. I hadn’t been posting new content on a regular basis. Since I couldn’t see a physical measurement of completion I kept hearing this voice in my mind nagging me that I hadn’t spent enough time on it. This happens to … More The Voice of the Inner Critic
I used to dull my shine. I spent a lot of time trying to be what everyone expected of me. For years I was told I was intimidating (which is rather funny considering my size). I was told I needed to change. I needed to be someone other than who I was. It was exhausting. … More Finding My Shine
It may sound silly, but I make love lists. They make me happy and remind me of all the things I have to be grateful for. It doesn’t have to be some big task. You can do it anywhere and at any time. Just focus on what you love! … More What Do You Love?
Change, it begins with us and we often know what we need to do. We just need to discover our own wisdom. We can be depressed about life, we can decide to be sick or accept the sickness and pains in our lives, but we don’t have to. Chances are deep down you don’t want to be in the suicide race, you just don’t know what else to do. … More Change Starts with One Decision
I know that I am healing. I know this because I know what it feels like to be dying. There is amazing power in that. … More Connecting with My Inner Healer
It’s okay to go slow. In fact, sometimes it’s best to go slow. Slow can allow you to heal in a way you wouldn’t accomplish otherwise. It can provide you with the time to reflect and truly see a situation for what it is. I used to struggle with going slow. We are a … More It’s Okay to Go Slow