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The High Five Experiment

Last week I finished reading Mel Robbins’ book, “The High Five Habit.” Truthfully, I listened to it on Audible because I’m finding it hard right now to sit down and read. Anyone else? The central idea of the book is to physically high-five yourself every morning in your bathroom mirror. I’m gonna be real with […]

How to Have a Better Inner Dialogue

We’ve all heard it — that inner voice that speaks up whenever we’re planning on doing something new, or we’ve screwed something up, or maybe it’s just Tuesday morning, and this kind of conversation is happening all the time.   Sometimes, your critical inner voice tells you what you should have done but didn’t. Other times, […]

How do you keep driving the bus when the passengers are out of control?

The other day my friend Kat sent a group text of an audio recording of an intense screaming match she was witnessing on a bus in Chicago.  It was night time, and raining, the bus was late, everyone was on edge, she was exhausted, and her last nerve was being tested. All she wanted was […]

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Have you found the power in your shame?

Okay, first of all, how in the hell is it the end of September already?  I know we can have a deeper conversation than one about time or the weather, but I just need to commiserate with you a bit on the fact that it’s fall, and I feel like I didn’t create many summer […]


Thursday Thoughts (Dec. 17th Edition)

INSIGHT Okay, yes I coach humans and bring their patternistic ways of belief and behavior into the light so they can change them if they so choose.  But, my little fur baby, Tori needs some training too. The only time she acts up is when someone knocks on the door, or when she’s outside meeting […]

Finding the Gold in a Muddy 2020

“This year has been a total dumpster fire.” I paused when I heard the words come out of my mouth… I was on a Zoom call with friends and joining in on the pile-on of terrible things that have happened this year. From the global level, down to the personal; we spent about 30 minutes […]