Tag Archives: courage

Moving into 2012

Posted on 01. Jan, 2012 by .


Feeling rather sluggish after a few late nights indulging in good food, conversation, and holiday cheer, I grabbed my workout mat and began doing Pilates. Within minutes I could feel my head clearing and body recharged. It doesn’t take a lot of time and effort to feel better: what it does take, is a positive […]

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Choice is a Way to Change

Posted on 11. Mar, 2011 by .


This week marked the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day and this brought to mind an article I wrote a year ago for an ebook Authentic Success, Inspired Action celebrating the stories, inspiration and passion of women. It was this time last year that I participated in a movement to bring together women across the […]

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Commitment – a feeling that can’t be denied

Posted on 26. Nov, 2010 by .


Tonight I heard myself rant about “opening doors, hitting the wall,” and then asking myself, just how many doors must I open until something reveals the truth and reward of that which I seek. Well, I suppose I can stop “seeking” and be present with what is – I’ve wrote about that before! Reality is […]

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The point of vulnerability

Posted on 30. Apr, 2010 by .


Just when I thought it was okay, it wasn’t, just as I started to share, it got scary,  just as I let my guard down, it felt uncomfortable…how many of us feel a little less okay when we start to open our hearts and share what really matters? For those of us who like control […]

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