Honored to be featured in this recent Huffington Post blog by Ben Michaelis, Ph.D. Great spring cleaning tips for your mind! [Read more…] about Spring Cleaning Tips: De-cluttering Your Mind for a Fresh Start
how to be happy
Do you ever think “I wish I could do that,” and then stay in the wishing phase?
No need to beat yourself up. Lots of us do.
That’s why I teamed up with Sara Angle and some other awesome experts to give you 8 Tricks to Self-Motivation.
Click here to read the article online in Shape magazine.
Then let us know in the comment section below which one you are going to try this week.
Together we can silence your inner critic to help you create a life you love.
You ARE Better Than Perfect!
Friendships can be a key component to a healthy life.
This article by Jenniffer Weigel in the Chicago Tribune explains why we can be conflicted about making new friendships when there is barely time in the day for old friends. Read on to learn why both are important to live the life you love and why we should make room for new friendships.
My new book Better Than Perfect: 7 Strategies to Crush Your Inner Critic and Create a Life You Love! is being printed as I write this!
(Click the link to reserve your copy!)
I wanted an awesomely fun video trailer, so I contacted my good friend (former Oprah “Super-Producer”) Candi Carter for help. Her team put together this fantastic package and I’m LOVE it! Watch it for a peek into the pages of this work that I am very proud of. As you can see, I had LOADS OF FUN!
Watch it. Share it. Buy it!
Thanks for much for joining me on this journey to be BETTER THAN PERFECT!
It was so awesome to spend time with Dr. Oz and his audience!
Watch the segment for some quick tips and inspiration. I also wrote an article for DrOz.com. Read the excerpt below; then click the link to the full article!
Why Calm is the New Happy
As we evolve in our lives, calm is the new happy that we strive for. When we were younger, the idea of going out all night might have excited us. Now, I often see my clients desire to have calm in their lives: a Saturday night dinner with friends or a relaxing Sunday afternoon where they might even be able to read that pile of magazines they have been wanting to get to. Many dream about spa days rather than a crazy night of partying.
The high level of stress in our lives also contributes to this desire for calm. Because many do not get calm moments during the day, stress levels creep up as the day progresses. Here are a few selected tips to achieve a little more calmness in your life. I explain each of them in the full article on Dr. Oz.com
Blow bubbles! (Seriously!)
Take 5; Get Moving!
Hug a loved one!
Focus on gratitude
Read ‘Why Calm is the New Happy’ at Dr. Oz.com