Simple Centering for Wellbeing, Resilience & Ease

  In the present moment we are resilient. We find our wellbeing. Take a moment to pause and find your breath. Allow your inhale lighten you and connect you with the sky above. Allow your exhale to connect you to the earth below. With each inhale, notice yourself feeing a  little lighter and [...]

March 23rd, 2020|0 Comments

Lessons from Stillness

Stillness has never been something I enjoyed. I have memories of sitting around the kitchen table at 8 years old when my entire family would be reading the Sunday paper and I would be crawling out of my skin wanting to do something! And then there were the times that my mom wanted me to [...]

February 29th, 2020|0 Comments

Don’t Believe Everything You Think

Every once in a while someone asks about how I transformed my relationship with my mom. It is usually someone that has read my previous blog post  on that topic and feels they struggle in that relationship. Sometimes it astounds me how much our relationship has transformed. It even makes me wonder; can transforming a [...]

April 22nd, 2019|0 Comments

Positive Thinking and Mosquitos

I’ve been thinking a lot about thoughts lately. I bet you’re thinking that sounds kind of crazy. Well, to be honest, me too. I find myself browsing Facebook and I see all kinds of posts on “The power of positivity,” “Think positive and be positive”, “Change your mind and change your life”. Is positive thinking [...]

April 2nd, 2019|2 Comments

The Power(lessness) of Ego

Recently I have been having a lot of conversations with clients, colleagues, and friends about ego.  The problem is not so much that we all have an ego. If we made that the problem, well then we would all be doomed because, well, get used to it, we all have one. And if you [...]

March 12th, 2019|2 Comments

What Are We Really Afraid Of?

I’ve had a few new clients recently tell me that they feel afraid as they are beginning a Reboot Retreat or 6-month Reboot coaching program with me. I have to laugh, because this is usually where my comedian or sarcastic side kicks in with responses like: “I haven’t bitten anybody, yet”; or “Have you been [...]

February 24th, 2018|0 Comments

Communication Resiliency: Breaking the Cycle of Reactivity

As an adolescent, I remember having awful screaming matches with my mom. Of course, at that age I was immature enough to think that they were all her fault. I remember one in particular that was so intense, it made me really question my own reality, and how it was that two people living in the same house, could have [...]

August 22nd, 2017|2 Comments

Mom and Me

For 48 years of my life I did not have a good relationship with my mom. In fact, there were a few times I almost wrote her out of my life. I did a ton of therapy. I learned to meditate. I read a gazillion self-help books. I took classes… I was always searching [...]

August 21st, 2017|0 Comments