The other day I was scrolling through my news feed on Facebook and I came across an event invitation for a group trail run. As previously mentioned in several other posts, I love running. Especially when it happens on a trail and in the company of fun people. My feeling of effervescence about possibly joining this … Continue reading Benefits of binge watching
from September 11, 2017 - Bali, Day 5 An Open Letter to My Body Dear Gorgeous and Powerful Vessel, My Beloved Pura (the Balinese word for temple) and Temporary Spiritual Housing, a.k.a. my Body, I have spent so much time saying terrible things to you. For this, I'm so sorry. The Brain that you hold … Continue reading Dear Body
Have you ever experienced Analysis Paralysis? This phenomenon is indecision that keeps you stuck prevents you from moving forward and taking action for fear of consequences or stories you believe to be true. Sound familiar? If yes, you're not alone! Much of my coaching work revolves around helping people work through Analysis Paralysis. It's worth … Continue reading Are you expanding or contracting?
In September 2015 I went on a trip to Denali National Park in Alaska to visit my lady partner in crime Maritza who used to work in Denali in the summer. Being the wise woman she is, she told me to bring my warmest clothes for my end-of-summer September trip and I was mighty glad … Continue reading Worthy enough
Oh I love a good story. Who doesn't? Winter isn't my favorite season, but I do try to appreciate the gifts that it brings us in the northern hemisphere: an abundance of citrus, snow for skiing and snow-shoeing, and fewer daylight hours which in creates more opportunities for hygge reading ("hoo-gah"; the suddenly-hip Danish concept of … Continue reading Stories
No. It's my favorite sentence. Before you grammarians out there launch a flame war in the comments box for saying this, rest assured that I'm on your team. I know that the word "No" doesn't technically qualify as a sentence, so put the pitchforks down, please. I've taught ESL for the past 11 … Continue reading No.