Courage

Sitting in one of my favorite coffee shops in Downtown Charleston, I start to look back over the last 2 years of my life.  It's been nothing short of mishaps, confusion, and getting lost multiple times along the way.  Yet amongst those, it's been full of uncontrollable laughter, building strong foundations for lifelong friendships, becoming stronger in my faith, and finding me again.  For the better part of my 20's, I felt as though I was having an out of body experience.  I was getting up everyday, going to work, sitting in traffic, but I felt nothing....more

Something’s missing on your to-do list…

Ready to find out what’s missing on your list? YOU!...more

Five Tips for When the Going gets Rough

They aren’t moving. Oh, wait a minute, there they go....more

Balancing Quality and Quantity

          January is Get a Life Balanced Month. Let’s talk about the relationship between the qualities of your life with the quantity of things you do in your life....more

Happy National Underdog Day!

In many ways, the Underdog could be anyone. Someone who works very hard but never gets recognized for the hard work. Try as they might, they fail repeatedly in their efforts. However, a percentage of them do succeed when they persevere and channel their inner “Rocky.” Ultimately, causing a shift in the status quo for everyone along the way....more

What is on your wish list from your inner santa?

I love Christmas.  I love the magic, and I love hearing two songs "It's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas," and "Carol of the Bells."  I like how all the Christmas movies have happy endings and how it brings the best out in all of us....more

Celebrate the Vitality of Life

During the holidays we have our idea of what celebration means: rockets red glare for 4th of July, the golden brown turkey on the white tablecloth waiting to be carved for the family, and the lights that seemingly dance on the Christmas tree. The smells, the tastes, the emotions, all give us a sense that there is something to celebrate.I took a bit of a journey in the 6 months of my recovery from breast cancer....more

Dance to the Music

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The One, Two, Step

I wake up, and sleepy-eyed I start to create my day. I am a very busy girl and I love it. I am learning and growing in leaps and bounds to fit into the life I have envisioned for myself. The day is bright and sunny even if the fog in the San Francisco Bay Area lingers. The sun is in my heart. I lead and create from my heart. This is what I get out of bed for....more

Reality Check

Long days on my feet. Joking around with my colleagues. Patients that make me laugh and cry. Emotions become overwhelming. Fatigue over takes me, I hit a wall, and my own coping skills go out the window. I cry out of frustration and feel neglected. This is my proposed ease back into my real work life....more
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