Tag: seminar speaker

The Deliciousness of Deleting

Deliciousness has many flavors and nuances to it. It can be a wonderful summer night, the first taste of watermelon, or a slow dance with your sweetheart. But deliciousness also has a practical side that can bring about just as much peace and joy. And I call that the deliciousness of deleting. One of the… Read more »

The Body Doesn’t Lie!

One of my daily mantras that I attempt to live by is “The Body Doesn’t Lie.” I have recently become a fan of Adele’s work, her emotional depth, the pure exquisiteness of her voice, and her very creative videos. Being a fellow “hour glass figure with extra sand in the hourglass” type of gal has… Read more »

Take Your Vitamin F Daily!

About a month ago, I connected with a new colleague who is quickly becoming a good friend. She embodies what I call “Vitamin F (fun).” She’s just totally fun to be with and no matter how mundane the action may be, like grabbing a soup at Pret a Manger, it somehow becomes an adventure where… Read more »

Four Questions to Tie Up 2011

May these questions be the “spiritual sorbet,” that clear your proverbial palette, and serve as a catalyst in creating the best year yet in 2012! 1) What were my five top greatest joys or victories this year? Why those? 2) What were my greatest FOG (fabulous or friggin’ opportunities for growth) this year? 3) What… Read more »

Tis the season to be…..? You Decide!

It is so easy to be affected by our outside world, whether it’s the craziness of having to do last-minute shopping for the holidays, concern around finances, dreading the “Pink Elephant in the living room,” type of family events. Even all the joyful aspects of the holidays, connecting with people you care about, socializing etc…. Read more »

One Country A Year

I’ll never forget reading Julie Morgenstern’s book, “Organizing from the Inside Out,” where she spoke about working with a client who was obsessed with books on different countries. He had floor-to-ceiling bookshelves filled with books on different countries and cultures and stacks of books that covered his desk, “shared” (obviously he wasn’t sharing very much!)… Read more »