• May 01, 2020 | Belonging

    A Practice in Self Compassion

    If you find yourself spinning your wheels at home feeling like you’re moving backwards right now, listen up. It’s normal! When the universe deals us a pandemic, it’s normal that we may revert to the familiarity of our comfort zones. Makes total sense. I’ve been noticing with myself and with my clients that we haven’t […]

  • May 29, 2020 | Belonging

    A Reminder To Feel Your Feelings

    Several years ago, I wrote a blog called “Surviving Your Gray Days.” To date, it has received the highest open and click rate of any blog I’ve published in my weekly newsletter. At the time, I was surprised by the response and didn’t know what to make of it. I now realize that we all […]

  • Jun 12, 2020 | Belonging

    How Belonging Gives You the Courage to Mess Up

    As I floated my hands in the air and twirled around the temple with my retreat partner, I felt a sense of pride and belonging for knowing the dance moves appropriate to the country I was in, halfway around the world. I could feel the eyes of the locals and our travelers frozen on us, […]

  • May 22, 2020 | Belonging

    If You Struggle With Imposter Syndrome, You’re In Good Company. Try This.

    You may find that the stakes are higher these days. Being stuck at home with family, you might be extra hard on your husband or lose your patience a littler sooner with your children than you’d like. Perhaps you haven’t yet mastered a new routine since transitioning your whole life into the confines of your […]

  • Mar 19, 2020 | Belonging

    Our Societal Love Affair with Achievement

    I still remember that Sunday afternoon in Santo Domingo. I was tanning on the beach. The smooth Caribbean sand slid between my toes, my skin kissed by the sun. My favorite bachata tunes were playing in the background. Beautiful couples were laughing and dancing in all directions. Despite all of this, I was asking myself, […]

  • Apr 03, 2020 | Belonging

    So, How Do You Really Feel About #loveinthetimeofcorona?

    I saw a great post on social media the other day from a colleague with a prominent picture of him giving ‘us’ the middle finger. As this post was from a colleague I admire, I was intrigued. The post went on to say how important it is to allow all of our emotions during these […]