Last night I saw the Golden Globes. I always hold my breath for a good speech when I watch award shows. Who will say something that resonates, that makes you think, that makes you cry, that makes you dream bigger?
Then Oprah was called to the stage. She was, as always, authentic, powerful and speaking the truth. Continue reading
Do you judge yourself? Do you play a track in your head that says you didn’t try hard enough or you ate too much or you should have gone to the gym? Do you highlight the negative instead of the positive?
The key to success in life is treating yourself as you would treat a close friend. Give yourself space to make mistakes, to rest, to be unsure, to overindulge and then get back in the groove. Accept your flaws with your gifts and know that the DNA that allows you to do amazing things will also cause you to do a few things that aren’t so grand. Continue reading
Finding comfort in the discomfort. The yoga instructor mentioned this yesterday and it struck a chord. She said you can’t just fall out of a pose as soon as it feels difficult. You have to find a place to sit in that discomfort. That’s how you grow in life. Continue reading
A blank page in a new book. The first day of 2018. What story will we write?
Research professor and author Brené Brown said, “I think midlife is when the universe gently places her hands upon your shoulders, pulls you close, and whispers in your ear: I’m not screwing around. It’s time. All of this pretending and performing – these coping mechanisms that you’ve developed to protect yourself from feeling inadequate and getting hurt – has to go. Continue reading