‘Til I Broke Free

Earlier this month I was away for 10 days in upstate New York, a family emergency in a nursing home.  I sat by my Dad’s bed for many hours, waiting to see if he was going to come back to this world or travel to the next.  He came back. While there, I met many […]

I Dare You To Dance!

Hay House was astonished! Actually, so was I. Why would 868 people sign up for my debut webinar, “Dancing With Desire”? And then, why would 500 of them actually tune in (60%)? Hay House told me that probably only 10 – 20% would. It confounded the company. It confounded me. Was it my charm, my […]

A Spiritual Practice on a Pole?

Picture courtesy of the SFactor The other night I was emailing my tech guy about my website. We’re friendly and since we’re both doing the entrepreneurial thing from home, we know how isolating it can get. Also, because I’m a life coach who incorporates pleasure into my work, I often ask him what he’s doing for […]

Do You Have Two Left Feet With Your Desires?

  I have been so inspired by the people who have contacted me after my Hay House webinar, “Dancing With Desire”…so many wonderful new clients, so much desire circling around out there…like standing on the edge of a dance floor waiting to dance. But with this circling, I am itching to make this invite, And […]

From My Heart to Yours!

Sometimes, when I’m really on my game, I write gratitude lists, but not enough. Frequently, though, it hits me when I am just walking down the streets of New York City how blessed my life has been these past 10 years since I moved here, filled with miracles…so much growth, so much change, so much […]

You Can’t Do It Wrong

This came to me in meditation today. Now when I say meditation, I use the word loosely. Before I sat, I had to dance and sing around the room so I wouldn’t doze during it. When I wore myself out, I sat and started quietly breathing into it, and here’s the message I got. “You […]

Rebooting My Brain Post Divorce

Divorce creates weird surprises. It took me several years to make a move, and when I did, I was the one who filed.  Great.  I stepped up.  I made the decision. Friends of mine who knew my story thought I would be dancing in the streets.  Instead I was dripping in tears, and given that […]