Don’t Be Afraid of Your Shadow(work)

As we come into the holidays, everyone is trying to be merry and festive. That’s great! Enjoy the time with family and friends. However, as we come upon the Winter Solstice, this has traditionally been a time of inner reflection before the light … Read More

Be the Observer for the Holidays

The holidays mean different things to different people. Most love the traditions and time spent with loved ones. Others cringe and wonder how they will make it through. Either way, you will survive! I had a wise teacher once tell me to, “become … Read More

Summer Healing

Summer always brings up fond memories of years past. Childhoods eating ice cream, pool days, road trips to a memorable places. All of those things are so healing for us. This summer I spent most of it doing some deep, inner healing … Read More


After a couple of months of shoulder issues, my chiropractor blessed me and told me to find a massage therapist to work with me, as this was now deemed, “a muscular issue.” He referred me to someone, and I made … Read More

Thank You for Choosing Me

Most Mother’s Days we wait for our accolades, whether it is waiting in bed for pancakes, waiting for phone calls or visits from loved ones to say one thing:  Happy Mother’s Day. I have come to realize that I didn’t … Read More

A Thrill of Hope

Remember when you counted down from the Halloween all the way to Christmas, waiting for THE gift you wanted Santa to bring?  I remember the year all I wanted was a Strawberry Shortcake watch:  it had a red band, and … Read More

Go Within for your Hospitality

Hospitality has always conjured up Normal Rockwell-esque moments of family, friends, and food.  There is nothing more intimate than being invited into another’s home to share time and laughter with one another.  One of my favorite memories is going to … Read More

I need help.

I need help. It’s what I said to myself last month. Actually it’s been what I’ve been saying to myself for a very long time, but I wasn’t ready to accept it. I thought feeling bad was just me “processing.” … Read More