Category Archives: Sustainability

What Can I Count on You For?

How many times a day do you extend your hand to greet someone? What if each time you extended your hand you were also reminding yourself of your Dependable Strengths. Strengths that if you choose, you could put to work for a new friend, an employer, your family?  For years as a coach I have […]

Lenten Tools for Success III

As a young adult, I never liked being called a sinner, I really didn’t think it was true. My perspective has changed over the years. I have come to realize that there are definitely times when I’ve made choices that were out of alignment with my higher self and with God. Forgiveness is a way […]

Find Your Holiday Center

There’s plenty to do during the holidays – baking, greeting cards, parties – that its easy to forget how to BE. I recently got together with new colleagues, and we shared what keeps us calm and centered in the midst of the festivities. Cheryl draws on her yoga practice and a simple head roll. Allow […]

Clarity and Energy Connection

Last Friday was a freedom day. I had a date – a date with space and clutter wizard, Katy Lynch (ktdid39R@aol.com). Katy had sent me an inventory to determine what I wanted to accomplish with our de-clutter efforts and I told her “clarity, beauty, ease” were what I wanted to experience entering my office and […]

Change is in the Air

We are beginning a New Year and last week just as the results of the Iowa primary were being absorbed with the promises for political change I showed up to hear two speakers, Vicki Robin and Madeline Gerwick, forecast significant change for those of us in the United States over the next year and beyond.  […]

Just the Ticket for Sustainability

Twas the week before Christmas and I was headed to an important meeting, although not with St. Nick.  Since I was leaving later than I had intended I was on “rush.” I did take time to slow myself down for with a departing prayer for safety and I carefully rounded a tight corner in the […]

Clean and Clear Part II

In a continuation of our discussion on Cleaning and Clearing Practices, I moved to include the physical a couple of weeks ago.  I find that as the year comes to an end and the activities for the holidays accelerate I can either take time to clear out the old or get buried under it. One […]

Thriving in the Second Half of Life

As boomers and pre-boomers we are charting new territory on what it looks like to embrace the Second Half of Life, and as an adventurer, that suits me just fine!  I am a passionate advocate of Thriving in the Second Half of Life. One of the things that excites me is that there are likely […]