How Being An Empowered Patient Might Save Your Life

Elsie was 52 years old when her belly started bloating, accompanied by bursts of intermittent abdominal pain and bouts of nausea and diarrhea. As a nurse, she knew enough about her body to feel convinced that her symptoms were related to eating dairy. She had gotten the flu, and knowing that the bowel lining can sometimes lose its ability to process lactose after a gastrointestinal illness, Elsie experimented with going dairy-free. Voila! She felt better, which reassured her of her self-diagnosis of lactose intolerance....more

Raising Consciousness Series 2

Overwhelmed vs. Passion How many times have I tried to avoid an issue, only to end up feeling overwhelmed and at the effect of…. Yet the moment I faced into the issue I felt empowered and alive.There are numerous environmental issues that globally and domestically can make any of us feel overwhelmed, however when you focus on what you are really passionate about, it’s amazing how easy it is to face the issue and consciously take action....more

How I Took Charge of My Life and Career

In February 2010, I was laid off from our local newspaper, my second layoff in two years. I decided it was time to take charge of my life and career and to stop being someone else’s employee, writing and publishing other people’s stories, and getting let go when the work ran out....more
This is absolutely encouraging. As someone who is flirting with the idea of ebooks, this is ...more

Inspired Movement…

Inspired Movement… Wow, almost 2 weeks into 2009 are you moving forward?  I just finished speaking at the Crystal Cathedral this past weekend and what a rush of joy as I presented Victorious Warrior or Wounded Victim.  A message that has moved people into inspired ...more