Our Disneyland Experience

For the last year, I’ve been really looking forward to celebrating both of my grandsons’ birthdays in Disneyland. I think of Disneyland like I think about Las Vegas: I can take them both in small doses.

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Practicing Kindness

I love these words from Richard:

“You can be right or you can be kind. If you choose kindness, you’re right every time.”

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Love Others the Way You Wish to Be LOVED

It’s often the people closest to us that are the most difficult to love unconditionally. It could be a sibling that triggers you constantly, a child who is disrespectful, a wavering, taciturn teen, or a boss who is critical. There are any number of people we may be constantly annoyed by, but instead we are called to love.

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Be Gossip Free

At this point in my life, I don’t have any time for nor do I care to engage in any gossip.

I remember the days of junior high, however, when I’d come home crying because I was hearing things (not so nice rumors) that weren’t even true about me.

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On the Move and Unplugged

It’s so important to know our productive times of the year, but it’s equally important to take time to unplug.

This even includes all the ways we’re plugged into technology—even Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat.

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There Ain’t No Satisfaction

I was married to an overachiever. In fact, I can often describe myself as one as well.

The work ethic of an overachiever is full of passion, but what happens when the spinning wheel of never feeling like you’re doing enough won’t stop?

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Heartbroken Open to Wisdom and Grace

I knew that Richard’s death must count for thousands of lifetimes of growth to my soul. It had to be because his presence as the love of my life changed me and grew me into being the woman I am. It was a miracle to be loved so unconditionally and healed by that love.

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The Key to Self-Care

Self-care is an essential practice to living a vibrant life.

The key is to self-care is intentionality. Self-care is a decision and choice to be wholly responsible for your mind, body, and spirit and choose more of what makes you feel good and happy.

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Six Habits to Give and Receive More Love with SARK

I can’t wait for you to get to know my friend, Susan Ariel Rainbow Kennedy--better known as SARK.

SARK is an uplifter, transformer, and laser beam of love and today I’m thrilled to have her on the podcast!

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My Interview with Women of Distinction Magazine

I recently did an interview with Women of Distinction magazine. It was such an honor to be asked and I loved getting a chance to talk about my life and career from the beginning to today.

I’m excited to share the interview with you.

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Books, Branding, and Legacy with Jesse Krieger

We all have a story to tell.

In today’s podcast episode, I am chatting with Jesse Krieger, International Best-Selling Author & Founder of Lifestyle Entrepreneurs Press. Jesse has spent years working with people who are ready to tell their story, but don’t know the next steps.

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The Ordinary is Extraordinary

I recently spoke with a medium, (a psychic to spirit world) and Richard came through. He was right there—accessible— by my side. I often feel him in subtle moments…crossing the street or walking the footpath at our coastal home in Sea Ranch, California or sitting with me in bed as I write.

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Nurture Your Spirit in Nature

Technology makes our lives a lot easier and a lot more efficient, but what happens when our minds get too engrossed with the hustle and never-ending buzz of all of it?

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Soul Hunger

Are you feeling beat down by technology and this fast pace of life?

Or, are you just tired and in need of replenishment—the kind your soul is yearning for?

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Generosity

In today’s podcast, I’m sharing about the power of generosity.

I talked recently on the blog about the way that generosity can affect not only the lives of others, but our lives as well. Generosity breeds abundance.

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Generosity is Your Own Gift

I am honored to be good friends with Rich Dutra and Yvonne Saint John—the founders of Challenge Day. They are two of the most generous people I know, and most years I have been an active fundraiser with them for their global teen violence prevention program: Challenge Day.

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