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7 Journaling Prompts to Connect with Your Courage

Could you use more courage in your life? “Promise me you’ll always remember: You’re braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.” Christopher Robin to Pooh, ~ A.A. Milne It’s the beginning of the year and I am finding I need courage to get started. My husband and I have some big goals for our business that are going to require some planning and a lot of stretching outside of our comfort zone. Plus it’s my son’s senior year in high school and we are in college … [Read More...]

Wisdom & Self Growth

Living a Radically Engaged Life! Set Down Your Phone & Turn ON Your Senses

Senses, Engaged

There is a huge difference between information and knowledge.  Here is a recent scene from my own life. My sweetheart and I are in Atlanta and we are working and decide to have a nice romantic dinner and head to one of our favorite little spots. The conversation turns to business . . . in this case the music business and a conversation turns to wondering about  someone we know collaborate musically with someone else and neither of us know the answer for sure so we -- you guessed it -- we Google it. Wikipedia then takes us to other unknown bits of information and a link that leads us to another site . . . which opens the awareness that there is really much to learn about this person’s career and collaborations. Wow! It’s fabulous to have so much information at our … [Read More...]

Health & Wellness

My Daughter’s Health Crisis Changed Everything—Especially Our Family Diet

Healthy eating, clean eating

Let me take you back to the day that changed everything. It’s 4:30 on a Sunday afternoon in April, I’m standing at the kitchen sink making dinner and heard grunting sounds.  I turned to look over my shoulder to see my 8 year old daughter hunched and convulsing, drooling from the mouth…she was having a seizure.  I had never experienced this before and was terrified. We called 911 and Julia was hospitalized for four days while doctors ran all the test…EEGs, MRIs and CAT scans.  The crazy thing was Julie had one seizure each day while in the hospital, and it always happened when the doctors were on rounds and would come in to check on her.  Something deep inside me knew it was related to the emotions she was feeling, even though her emotions couldn’t be measured by … [Read More...]


7 Empowering Ways to Value Yourself in Your Relationships


I was 24 years old when I fell deeply and intensely in love. I thought I would spend my entire life with this person. I trusted my choice in heart, body and soul. I was 29 when we married and I felt the joining of the two of us in my roots. While that deep, undeniable intense love brought magic and passion into my life, when we got divorced, I was left shattered. Ending our marriage was unbelievably devastating, confusing, and shocking. I didn’t understand how I could have made such a wrong choice. After years of healing and forgiving, I moved on and transformed. I buried the dead and learned that my first marriage had been a lesson of self-worth. Recently, I opened my heart and began dating again… Dating after divorce is a journey of trust. Every time I’ve … [Read More...]

Career & Business

5 Benefits to Living the Goddess Laptop Lifestyle™

Goddess, Laptop, Lifestyle

I am excited to share my new updated column direction with you! I’ve got to tell you my friend; this evolution has been coming for quite some time. I’ve been writing my Living the Goddess Lifestyle column for Aspire Magazine for a few years now and love being a part of this global community. I am excited that along with my life and business my column will continue to reflect the message and mission that I am living and teaching. Drumroll please!!!  This issue launches my new column “Living the Goddess Laptop LifestyleTM and will be dedicated to teaching ambitious, soulful women how to create an abundant, purpose-filled life, and prosperous laptop business they love! When I first created The Goddess Lifestyle Plan® five years ago, my desire was to teach women all … [Read More...]