Journal with Me: Boundaries

Journal with Me: Boundaries

Do you ever find yourself at the end of the day having worked hard but not on what you had intended to do? Rather than moving a project important to you forward or even just taking time for something you enjoy, did you say yes to other people’s needs and desires? Did...

Journal with Me: Share Your Love

Journal with Me: Share Your Love

As I mentioned last week, I love writing a letter to celebrate someone special, especially the young people in our lives. I want to give you some structure that might help get you started, but please know that whatever you write, if it’s from your heart, will be...

My Favorite Way to Celebrate New Steps

My Favorite Way to Celebrate New Steps

What does September mean to you? September makes me remember the frisson of excitement – and nervousness – for school to begin. New pencils, new shoes, new teacher. Even in college and grad school, September meant change, transition and new opportunities. Did you feel...

Journal with Me: Get Curious

Journal with Me: Get Curious

In last week’s blog we explored how to navigate through change by building a compass through what you value.  But there’s another tool that can help your compass work better. Knowing what provides delight in your day, what weighs you down and noticing what’s missing...

Journal with Me: Boundaries

Journal with Me: Innovate

In last week’s blog we explored the idea of tweaking your day to tilt it away from what drains you and towards what energizes and engages you. (Read that post for ideas around shifting your day towards more energy and engagement.) But often we get stuck in the mode of...

Tweak Your Day, Love Your Day

Tweak Your Day, Love Your Day

Do you ever end your day and can’t remember what you did from morning until night, but you know you’re tired?  I’m not talking about amnesia. I’m wondering about those days that end and you can’t point to anything you’ve done that really matters to you or that you...

Journal with Me: Share Your Love

Journal with Me: Find the Gift

In last week’s blog I introduced you to my chorus of critics and also my chief sage — Grandma Helen. I mentioned how I now consider one of the most humiliating experiences of my career as a gift. (Read that post for more on finding your sage or inner wisdom.)  One of...

Who Are You Listening To?

Who Are You Listening To?

Have you ever experienced a tough situation, or felt conflict with another person, or screwed up? The answer is most likely yes. We all encounter blocks in our paths, people who we find difficult and situations that are hard. But when that happens, do you hear voices...

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