• 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 […]

  • May 24, 2019 | Most Popular, Your Relationships,  Your Work

    How learning to be vulnerable is actually empowering

    The other day, I watched Brene Brown’s Netflix special The Call to Courage. Have you seen it? She aptly puts into words what I’ve been trying to express for the past 3 weeks, and what was my experience on this most recent retreat we led this past March. She says, “Vulnerability is the pathway to […]

  • Aug 27, 2020 | Your Self

    Our Mindset Unlocks Our Mastery

    Last weekend, I had this moment of feeling deeply proud of myself. As I sat on my meditation cushion and let out a final exhale after having successfully completed 40 days of meditating daily for 31 minutes, I felt an immediate sense of relief and awe all at the same time. I had *finally* accomplished […]

  • 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 […]

  • Oct 09, 2020 | Your Work

    The Fastest Way to Scale Your Business

    I was speaking with a client earlier this week and she was being incredibly hard on herself, as most of us so frequently are… As an empath, I feel for my clients when they are so deeply enmeshed in their own disempowering self-talk, which we so often are, amiright? We think things about ourselves that […]