Midlife Purpose Search: You Are Not Alone

Are you also facing midlife angst—watching your children let go of your hand and feeling a bit lost, constantly contemplating, “What’s next for me?” If so, perhaps the following ideas can help.

Is Your Clutter Keeping You Stuck in the Energy of Past Relationships?

When relationships end, we are left with the remnants of the relationship, from shared furniture to exchanged gifts to photos. Because our energy was so interweaved with the other’s energy, getting rid of those items can feel like a ripping of one’s soul. That’s because it is. The energy field between two people, particularly in long-term relationships, takes time to unwind. Of course, this also makes it that much more imperative that items related to that past relationship be let go, when the time is right, in order to move on.

10 Ways to Know You Have Too Much Stuff

Because our home is so much a part of ourselves, it can be difficult to get perspective. It’s easy to let things accumulate over time without letting things go along the way. In my experience with working with clients and clutter, here are some telltale signs when too much stuff is too much.

Banish Your Clutter & Step Courageously Forward in 2018!

As the holiday season turns to the New Year, it’s a great time to evaluate the clutter around us and within us and to tame it so we can step forward and let our beautiful souls shine!

5 Powerful Questions that Will Transform Your Life

The way we react or respond to certain situations, and the beliefs we hold on to, will create the world we live in and how our lives unfold. Our perception of things will either make us miserable, or will make us live in more joy, and the amount of effort and energy it takes, believe it or not, is the same. Patricia Young shares the 5 powerful questions that have helped her transform her life in different situations.

What My Fear Told Me In the Middle of the Night

I would never in a million years think that somewhere deep inside, I was actually afraid to succeed. Fortunately, I have ways to release fears. That’s what I teach, right?!

Living a Radically Engaged Life: Stop Settling and Start Savoring Your Life

Welcome to the ongoing column series, Living A Radically Engaged Life™. It’s time to more fully live our precious lives with meaning and intention. To bring out our best and learn ways to sustain this level of our best-self. It requires engagement . . . Radical engagement in our own life. In this issue we gain clarity on where our happiness is depleted in our life. Through awareness we can take effective action to course correct and grow to experiencing joy. Let’s dive right in.

Transform Your Habit of Self-Neglect into a Practice of Self-Nurturing

How many times have you found yourself on the bottom of your “to do” list, never quite finding the time to take care of you? It’s time to change that. Self-nurturing Expert Kelley Grimes, MSW shares some tips to shift your habit of self-neglect into a practice of self-nurturing and create a more loving relationship with yourself

5 Powerful Tools for Busting Through Resistance

Resistance, I realized, is the inability to trust that life is unfolding according to divine plan. It is the holding on to thoughts and feelings that no longer serve us. It is the struggle between your high-est self and that part of you that wants to control. Your highest self, your essence, always trusts in the divine unfolding of your life. It lives in faith. It lives in the moment. It lives in joy. The part of you that wants to control, your Ego, lives in a place of fear, anxiety and control. That part of you believes it has the answers for how life should unfold. It holds on to people, it manipulates to get what it wants and it plans incessantly. The bigger the divide between your essence and your ego, the stronger and deeper the level of your pain.

Releasing Judgment to Invoke True and Lasting Change

When we want to change old patterns will rise up and we fall victim to them and the judgement and shame cycle. Some tips on learning to release judgement to allow for the change to happen.