When we keep climbing the stairs of our lives, going up, and up, and up, and never pausing to look around as see how far we’ve climbed, or who is with is, it won’t just take our breath away when we finally do. It’ll knock the fucking wind out of us, lay us out on the beds we made and ask us to love them.
FIFTH CHAKRA: Vishuddha, the Throat Chakra. The right to speak.
Mid January. Two weeks into the New Year. Somewhere between establishing new habits and abandoning them completely. Yes? Yes. Here’s what keeps coming up for me: Start with the end in mind. Everywhere I look. Everywhere I turn. Everything I read. Every time I create a marketing piece for the studio, program a workshop or … Continue reading WHY
Specific does not mean narrow. It does not mean only one way. It means a definitive result earned on an open-ended route. You can choose what, but you don’t really get to choose how.
Maybe this time I’ll build the right house, on the right location, with the right tools, and for the right reasons, and the house will stand and I will still want to live in it. Or maybe I won’t.
You know how there are those people that just do one job their whole lives, they have one distinct style of dress and decorating, they know exactly what kind of wine to get because they always get the same one, and they’re the first one to order when you go out because they read the … Continue reading CHOICES
I absolutely adore Mondays. Yes. Me. I love them. They’re my favorite. Better than Friday even. Mondays are my vibe day. My creative day. My wear yoga clothes all day, day, my big hearty breakfast day, my work from home in my beautiful office, seated in my cushy turquoise chair, sunlight streaming in the window … Continue reading ALL I (GOTTA) DO IS ZOOMA ZOOM ZOOM
$780. That’s how much my Tuesday cost. Seven hundred and eighty dollars, and three hours out of my day. I walked out of a meeting, smile on my face, ready to continue what had already been a great start to the day, and then I saw a boot on my front wheel. Parking tickets. I … Continue reading HOLD PLEASE
Failure, and its perception thereof, is a tricky bitch. Failure can be good; it’s how we learn, it’s how we grow, it’s how we get better at . . . not, failing. But. Failure also doesn’t feel good. It can come with labels, with guilt, with expectations, with judgment. The worst part of failure, in … Continue reading SUCCESS
I have had a pretty inspiring 30 days. I’ve been fortunate enough to have attended three trainings in three different cities and a full day TEDx experience right here, front row, in my own city. I’ve been working with a few clients on their personal growth, and creating content about the brain and change management … Continue reading HEADSPACE