Food for Thought: Anything is Possible — Julie de Rohan

Why anything we want to achieve in life requires focus and action. via Food for Thought: Anything is Possible — Julie de Rohan Hello Friends, Usually I save blog shares for my Saturday post. I love this one so much that I am choosing to share on Friday instead. It is just so uplifting, and Julie's … Continue reading Food for Thought: Anything is Possible — Julie de Rohan

Practicing new skills – competence model

One of the discoveries most we make when we are learning new skills is that there is a BIG difference in learning new concepts versus practicing actual skills. This became so clear to me when I began learning to meditate. There are an abundance of books resources and guided meditations out there. Really quite wonderful, … Continue reading Practicing new skills – competence model

Taking time to reflect

I just finished teaching the final session of my "Nurturing Your Feminine Leadership" course. I had intended to write a post to capture my take-aways from the experience, and some lessons learned about how I might do things differently next time. Then I realized as I was reflecting tonight that overall I am happy and … Continue reading Taking time to reflect

Watch the Bullets – an experiment

People have often recommended to me that I must try a bullet journal, if I truly want to keep myself organized. When I watched Ryder Carroll's You Tube video on why and how he created the bullet journal for himself, I definitely felt that "click" in my brain that tells me someone is speaking my … Continue reading Watch the Bullets – an experiment

Be present and joyful – thanks to a dear friend

A dear friend passed away this week at age 52. Some friends who knew him gathered on Thursday night over dinner to remember the impact he had on our lives. We told stories and laughed about things he had said and the “larger than life” presence he inhabited. I know he would appreciate us coming … Continue reading Be present and joyful – thanks to a dear friend