In the spring of 2004, I was open to outcome, and I gathered over a weekend or two in Denver, Colorado with my longtime friend Micah Jacobson. We had decided, as a result of meeting in a Master Mind group for a few years that we would write a book about asking questions. Both Micah … Read moreOpen to Outcome: asking questions to get to fears and successes
Have you ever had to move? Sell a house? Find a house? Find a new place to rent? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you know how difficult it can be. In fact, I’m sure you’re aware that moving is one of the top most stressful things people do. In addition, moving … Read more3 tips to make moving easier
Turns out the free and easy strategy of keeping your eyes on the prize, or keeping your vision on your exercise goal DOES work! I am a big fan of making exercise easier. I do love exercising, AND I regularly struggle to make time and space to make sure exercise is happening on a consistent … Read moreVision helps us exercise
I did it! And your encouragement made it happen!! BIG thank you to the many people who cheered me on to take this big step. Yes, the book I told you about in my pitch last week, the one I’m writing (and have been writing for a few years now) is my SECOND book! So … Read moreAmazon Author Page is Live!
I worked long and hard on my 30 second book pitch. Maybe you’re wondering why I need a book pitch at this moment in time. Well, I’m going to the Hay House Writing Workshop TODAY!!! Yes, I’m flying to Portland, Oregon and I will be attending the workshop on Saturday and Sunday, March 23 and … Read more30 second book pitch!
It’s Saint Patrick’s Day this Sunday, March 17th, 2019 and I am pleased to tell you that I am over half Irish by family heritage. As it is, both my mother and father are and were more than half Irish, which means that I’m the same. I haven’t done a 23 and me genetic test … Read moreThe Luck of The Irish for all!
I love my job and one of the reasons is that nearly every day that I work, I eat lunch for at least 30 minutes with my smart, funny, fun colleagues. Turns out eating with your coworkers doesn’t happen that often anymore. NPR did a survey in 2015 that cited that only one in five … Read moreMake lunch a fantastic meal with your coworkers
I made a vow that I would officially start cycling training again by March 1st. And that’s today, so here I am! I got my bike set up last weekend. No small feat, as I had to change out the rear tire and wipe the entire bike off, yes it was covered in dust!! Plus … Read moreBack in the saddle…cycling training starts NOW!
Do you love water? I do. I hope you love water too!!! Our bodies and this planet are made up mostly of beautiful water. I love water so much that I’m blogging about it. Let’s back up a moment. The other day, I was at the hand therapist. I go because I had my second … Read moreWater is life
I mentioned in my post two weeks ago that I’ve made a writing transition in the book I’m writing. I’ve gone from crafting a “how to” book, namely a book about how to become an endurance athlete in the face of chronic health challenges, to writing a sports memoir book that along the way will … Read moreMoving from “How to” to “Sports Memoir”