Are You Ready to Heal From Your Divorce as Efficiently and Effectively as Possible?

tshirt1First things first: My website has been under construction for the last couple of months, which is why it’s been quiet over here. But, as you can see, it was worth the wait. I love my new format! So much easier to use. I hope you feel the same. 

That being said, let me ask you….

Are you tired of being sad?

Are you ready to heal from your divorce as efficiently and effectively as possible?

Are you ready to get on with your life and live with passion and purpose?

Nothing compares to the feeling of being on the right path, when you know you are doing what you were meant to do.

When you are in alignment with your purpose, things and people fall into place. And you can’t question it. You have to ride the wave of momentum.

It’s as if you take a step into the unknown, and before your foot lands on the ground, a new brink has been put on your path to support the direction of your journey. It’s the magic of the Universe. Amazing!

I have recently created a group called The SELFISH Woman’s Club. I wanted to offer a place where divorced women could [Read more…]

New Start Clean Slate – What are You Going to do With Yours in 2013?

What ARE you going to do with yours? I know you are thinking about it now… with the best intentions….

I want to offer a few suggestions to think about in your mission to fix all of your wrongs by making a list of intentional rights.

New Year’s Resolutions:

#1 – Resolve to have more fun and be engaged in every moment of every day!

#2 – Resolve to see yourself and your life completely differently!

#3 – Live a healthy, active lifestyle! [Read more…]

Survive The Holidays With Happiness

It’s that time of the year again. You know, that time if you were ever to be sensitive about being “alone”, this would be it.

Some people feel like a spotlight is shining on their sad and lonely life.

Well no more!

This year I want you to approach the holidays in a whole new way. This year I want you to give yourself the best gift you could ever receive.

If you live in the Austin area, I want to invite you to my presentation on December 18, 2012, from 7:00p – 8:30p. at Unity Church of the Hills. The topic is Survive the Holidays With Happiness.

Let me ask you this: Do the holidays make you sad and lonely, or happy to be alive?

You will be in the right place if you are tired of feeling like the only one in your group who is alone, or worse yet, lonely. This is for you if you don’t want to ever feel that way again.

I will show you how.

If you don’t live in Austin, I will be having a [Read more…]

What Is Your Passion?

No, I don’t mean your “50 Shades of Gray” passion. I mean your life passion.

What is it now? Do you even know? Have you given any thought to how your passions and purpose have changed over the years. Because it changes with each phase of life.

When you have experienced something like divorce, your passions and purpose naturally change. As your life evolves, so do the things that are important to your happiness.

Now is the time to reevaluate what your current passions and purpose are, and a good way to do that is to take The Passion Test, created by Janet Bray Attwood and Chris Attwood.

I use this test in my workshops to help people identify what they love most and what is most important to their happiness.

The interesting thing is that when we realize how our passions have changed, we’re surprised. We aren’t aware that what we think is important changes as we experience life. This is a good exercise to do every six months to a year. You will be amazed.

When you are changing your life path, clarity in your [Read more…]

Purging The Old Makes Room For The New

So I finally did it.

I physically and emotionally moved out of my house of 14 years.

I loved that house. I loved the promise it offered in the beginning, and the refuge it offered in the end. But those times in between were hell.

So, I did it. It took at least three weeks to go through 14 years of memories, treasures and keepsakes, and only a fraction of the time to start rejoicing in the purge. Purging the old makes room for the new.

It is amazing how cathartic a good purge can be.

Today I saw an aquaintance in the grocery store and she commented that I looked 20 years younger. And she’s know me for at least ten years. Obviously she knew me during the [Read more…]