Memories-The Good, The Bad, and Unicorn Toots

Two weeks ago, living up to his expectations as an active and adventurous little 8 year-old boy, my son tried some acrobatics on our second-floor banister, lost his balance and landed right on his head on our wooden first floor below. Let me say right off the bat, he’s okay!!! But, holy smokes! That [...]

By | April 23rd, 2018|fear, healthy habits, journey into healing, long-term change, negative thoughts, peace, stress, stress therapy, Uncategorized, worry|Comments Off on Memories-The Good, The Bad, and Unicorn Toots

Take Your Time and Change for Good.

Hello!It seems like when we want change in our lives, we want it to be BIG.  We want it to change our lives for the better and we want it right NOW. Here is the thing about change; it doesn't need to be this monumental event in order to work.  In fact, the exact oppostite is [...]

By | February 4th, 2013|change, healthy habits, long-term change, stress therapy, stress tips, therapy|Comments Off on Take Your Time and Change for Good.

New Year’s Resolutionists! I’m talking to YOU!

Hello, Lovely Reader!So, it's a fresh, new year.  All shiny and unblemished.  It's time for your resolutions to change your life for the good once and for all.  New Year's Resolutions are my specialty.  I love the idea of change ~ after all, I am a change agent at heart.  However, the way that we [...]

By | January 6th, 2013|change, goal setting, how to stay motivated, long-term change, new year's resolutions, procrastination, stop procrastination|Comments Off on New Year’s Resolutionists! I’m talking to YOU!

The Quick Guide To New Year’s Resolutions: Get it Right this Year!

I’m not the biggest fan of New Year’s Resolutions…at least not in the way we typically go about them. Three reasons! New Year’s Resolutions Start at the GOAL New Year’s Resolutions often having you starting right at your goal rather than working toward your goal. January 1st is not a magical day. You have to [...]

By | December 29th, 2011|how to stay motivated, long-term change, motivation, new year's resolutions, procrastination|Comments Off on The Quick Guide To New Year’s Resolutions: Get it Right this Year!

Try Walking Down A Different Street…

We've all heard Einstein's definition of insanity, "...doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results." Being stuck can be incredibly stressful. The first step in changing our plan of attack is to realize that what we are doing isn't working. I'd like to share a story with you that I heard from [...]

By | January 31st, 2011|cognitive behavioral therapy, dr. wayne dyer, einstein, find a therapist, how to stay motivated, long-term change, motivation, stress, stress tips, stuck in a rut, therapist|Comments Off on Try Walking Down A Different Street…

The New Year’s Resolutionist’s Mistake

I'm not the biggest fan of New Year's Resolutions...why? First, New Year's Resolutions often start at the goal. Rarely, is there ever room for progress. Starting January 1st, all is changed. Your brain doesn't work like that and that's why come March the gyms are empty again. Second, New Year's Resolutions lack contemplation and preparation. [...]

By | December 29th, 2010|long-term change, mistake, new year's resolutions, procrastination|Comments Off on The New Year’s Resolutionist’s Mistake