I love the idea of “finding” joy because I believe it exists in all the nooks and crannies of our lives. It is inextricably linked to gratitude.Continue Reading
You can find it very helpful to connect with your inner world to find joy and get clear about why the Holiday season matters to you personally. When you feel a sense of autonomy it can help you feel more motivated, fulfilled.Continue Reading
Are you looking for ways to bring your life back into balance? You may find what you need through workplace programs. While those programs can be helpful, not every company embraces them – and if you are self-employed, you may not have the financial wherewithal to afford them. One way to get back into balance is to find out what’s throwing you off stride, and get specific about what (or who!) is causing the most problems in your life – and coming up with a plan to resolve the issue.Continue Reading
Whatever it looks like, just remember to balance your life as a parent with life as an individual and you will find yourself a more complete, healthy person, and that’s a win for everybody.Continue Reading
In a heavily polarized and divided time – how can you find and keep our balance, be at peace with, socialize and work with others who have a different understanding?Continue Reading
Does work-life balance really exist? The phrase has been around in the U.S. for about 30 years, but are we any closer to it? It depends on which generation you’re asking. But the good news is that making changes in the workplace can benefit all generations – and the company. Work-life balance improves the health of employees, which is reflected in less illness and means fewer health insurance claims. Healthy employees are more productive and generally happier, too. Which makes for a much better work environment for everyone.Continue Reading
Balance just might be THE most important concept in life and there are many ways it can get out of tune. Lately, I’ve had quite a few clients that come to me with time management concerns. They say they just can’t get anything done because their schedules are so busy that they are impossible to…Continue Reading
Knowing that your brain’s reward system loves change, novelty, and variety can help you find delight in change.Continue Reading
“Change” is one of the most terrifying words in the English language. And yet change is the foundation of life itself. We either learn to deal with change and help us become wiser and stronger people. Or we let change beat us up or we can harness the knowledge it brings to improve our lives moving forward.
It’s all about how we perceive change, and how we deal with it, that makes all the difference in the world.
To be successful in this game of life, we need learn to accept, adapt and then act on the changes that come into our lives.
They say that change is the only constant in life. We juggle change every single day with varying levels of tolerance, so maybe change in and of itself isn’t the whole issue.Continue Reading
Changes will always happen. Some are going to be very unexpected. Some are for the better, while others are more of a challenge.Continue Reading
We all have “what the heck am I doing” moments. Most of the time, it’s because we lack purpose, a clear sense of who we are and what we were called on to be and do in this life. That’s the sign that it’s time to #design our own lives.Continue Reading
It’s been quite a few years since I was in school, but the end of summer still makes me feel like something new is getting ready to start.Continue Reading
You work hard, but sometimes it feels like you’re running around in an endless loop with no end in sight. The good news: You have the power to design your own day. Here is how to make your efforts count.Continue Reading
“Design thinking on the highest level is a way of re-framing the way you deal with issues. If you have tried something and it hasn’t worked, then you’re working on the wrong problem.”Continue Reading