Wrapping Up “The Strike” (Part 3) – what’s worth fighting for?
All week long, I’ve been seeing this on my “to do” list: write (this) weekly email. I’ve been trying to be consistent about sending these since the year began, and have gotten some really complimentary comments from some of you (thank you!!!), so I know they’re a good thing to
On Strike, Part 2 – what does “off duty” look like?
Did you read last week’s email about me going “on strike” with my husband and daughter yet? If you missed it, you can catch up here: On Strike, Part 1. For “Part 2,” I sat down earlier and started trying to write out all the stuff I DIDN’T have to
This Week I Went “On Strike” – Part 1
It’s a peaceful Sunday evening as I write this, and I’m a little sad the week has come to an end. Why, you ask? Because I’ve been “on strike” since last Sunday, and it’s been EFFING GLORIOUS. Like probably many of you, I know I have it good: I have
How’s It Going, Really? 5 Questions to Ask Yourself
Like many life coaches, I have several vision boards, and I enjoy seeing and reviewing my latest one daily. I can see it, off to my left, from my office desk chair. Not only does it remind me of what my goals are right now, but I love getting psyched
Too Busy to Cry? I Feel Ya.
I’ve been thinking about this email all week, but am so “bleh” and uninspired to write some poignant, powerful message like I try to. (I mean, you’re nice enough to read this, so I feel I owe you something good for your time!) But I *am* feeling nostalgic, sad, wistful,