I was going to post a blog yesterday about loving yourself, about accepting your perfect imperfections, about not giving up if you haven’t found that one person who balances you yet or being comfortable in being on your own.
Man walking next to me: You’re walking awfully quickly on those crutches!
Me: Yes, I know. I’m an athlete!
Man now slightly ahead of me: You mean you were an athlete.
Me (wanting to throw my words at the man): I still am and always will be! Continue reading Fear…Less
“It only takes one person to change your life: You” ~ Ruth Casey
Here we are in the final hours of 2015. To say that this has been an eventful year would be somewhat of an understatement. Continue reading The Power of One
I will be posting a blog soon however I wanted to take a moment to wish the readers of my blogs a very Merry Christmas, Happy Holiday and a very Happy and Positive New Year.
“The real glory is being knocked to your knees and then coming back. That’s real glory.” – Vince Lombardi (Football coach)
November 16th, 2015. I planned like so many other people going to work that day on coming home, on making dinner, on hitting the gym, on seeing my son. That didn’t happen.
Pulse pounding in my ears, palms sweaty and I can’t catch my breath. I must be getting ready to run a Tough Mudder, right? WRONG!
I have made the decision to cut my hair.
“She inhabited two spaces or worlds – one masculine and the other feminine – at once.” ~ (Sarah Duff – Descriptor of Dr Jane Elizabeth Waterston)
I love working out. Anyone who knows me will say that my happy place is found in movement, effort and sweat.
Sometimes when you strive daily to inspire, motivate and encourage self-love and acceptance in others it can be easy to miss that something is not quite right in your world.
It is at times like this that getting hit in the face with a big, huge piece of humble pie is very, very likely (DUCK!!).
“You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection.” ~ Buddha
There is a vortex and I know it well. It is one that I get lost in on a regular basis. It hits me first as a tingling down my spine and then as a warm glow. It is the vortex of awesomeness and LOVE!
Thanksgiving is upon us once again. While looking forward to the food, friends and family that the holiday inevitably involves I know like many out there I have wondered at times how I would survive them.