Cracking wide open

Parting words from one of my wisest friends as I left for Bali, "open your heart, lead with it, be in your heart, this is what you need". I've been "in my head" so long, I could hardly contemplate what it means to open my heart. I'm kind, isn't that enough? I mean, I try… Continue reading Cracking wide open

Grateful, in Bali

  We have been in Bali 6 nights. And these are the things I'm grateful for: My kids are sleeping through the night for the first time in their lives. (and my daughter is 8). They are sleeping straight thru. This has never happened to us. Ever. We have befriended 3 local families. Their love… Continue reading Grateful, in Bali

Healing without hurting

Friends! This is amazing. I have finally finally had time to properly place my nose in the most amaze-balls book and it's blowing my mind. So of course, I'm ready to share! I've been looking forward to its release for months, and then life happened and it's been sitting on my Kindle waiting for my… Continue reading Healing without hurting

5 items to add to your Facebook Feed

I use Facebook much differently than many people. The cool thing about FB is that it is smart and figures out what you look at, and brings more of that.  I used to pay attention to the drama of people I knew decades ago, or the endless pictures of kids (which I still do) but… Continue reading 5 items to add to your Facebook Feed

The art of creating fear

We haven't had cable TV in about a year. It just was an excessive expense with the accident, and the chaos so we cut cable and occasionally rent a redbox or find a movie or documentary at the library. Which means, we don't watch the news. Yes, that's right folks. WE DO NOT WATCH THE… Continue reading The art of creating fear

Yoga and Superheroes

aH homeschooling. Wowzers. Talk about brining your "A" game every day. Being your best, your brightest, your most tuned in. Let's face it, in the corporate world there are days you can skate (particularly higher up the ladder). If you're not feeling well, or hungover, or fighting some personal demon you can close your door… Continue reading Yoga and Superheroes

Perspective and Gratitude, a year later…

One year ago today, I was in a car accident. For the last 365 days my husband has tirelessly supported us in so many ways. He has physically held me up during the never ending dizzy spells, held my hand during a hundred appointments, and paced waiting rooms during a dozen procedures. He managed all… Continue reading Perspective and Gratitude, a year later…