• You Already Know

    One of my favorite parts of being a coach is reintroducing my clients to their own "knowing". The kind of knowing that happens in the body rather than the brain. The kind of knowing that sends energized chills down your spine, causes you to breathe deeper, and allows you to see clearer. It has the comfort of a return home and the excitement of a fresh start all in one. The best part is that we are all born with this. Somewhere along the way, we lose touch with our “knowing”. You stop listening when it tells you to do something different than your friends want you to do. You…

  • Patience Pays Off

    You talk about losing it like it’s something that is ever firmly in your grasp. But patience feels more like something floating around in the air you just hope gets close enough for you to grab. Grasping, grabbing, clutching, holding tightly is not the nature of patience. Patience is achieved when one surrenders, not fights. Patience is something to  S O F T E N  into, to breathe into. And it starts with you. When you have patience with yourself, you will find it easier to have patience with others. Quit being a jerk to yourself, because eventually it trickles out to the other people in your life. You don’t…

  • Why Self-Care Isn't Selfish

    Have you seen #SelfCareSaturday or #SelfCareSunday floating around online? Me too, and I’m really, really happy about it! Self-care is any intentional action you take to maintain or improve your mental, emotional, or physical health. Self-care may seem like a luxury, but it is an absolutely necessary practice that helps us stay healthy, avoid burnout, and live fulfilling lives! Also, self-care is an example of White Space! To find out more about my self-care, take a look at my post about the Women on a Mission Interview. When I ask my clients what stops them from practicing self-care, they usually cite reasons like not having enough time. Though when we…