I Don’t Know


Are you afraid of these words? Do you hesitate to say them? Silently or out loud to yourself? Or to others? Me too. Sometimes. It’s almost as if it’s a weakness. This not knowing. Not knowing what to do. How to move forward. Not knowing/having a solution to something. Not knowing where you want to go. How…

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Dis comfort


I’m at it again. And I have to say I’m enjoying this. Here’s the link to a very inspiring story I mention in the video…. Project 365 by Campbell

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I Can Do This


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Stuck ness


  I can’t write. The seed is not germinating. It sounded good in my mind. On paper, not so much. What to do? What to DO! Show up where you are. Start writing. She whispers. Who is she anyway? Okaaaay…… I’ll just write where I am. In this very moment. Nothing pretty is coming out….

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Hello, are you there?


I recently returned home from an amazing finale and graduation weekend of Michael Neill’s Supercoach Academy. During this nine month program, I had the opportunity to take a deep dive into understanding the human operating system. And learned how to share that with clients within a transformative conversation. And then, on the way home, at the airport terminal, I…

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Don’t Mind the Gap


There’s a gap. A place somewhere in between what is happening in life and what I think should be happening. IS vs SHOULD My should story feels real. The ideal life in my imagination does not match up to real life. Sometimes. Often.  The gap appears important when I think the mismatch matters. It is where stress, strain, fear and…

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Home


It was only 86 degrees and overcast here in dry-as-toast-land. Time to get out the door before the sun pokes through the clouds. My dog pranced around exuding cuteness and enthusiasm when he saw my hiking boots. He was definitely in. My first day back. Kyle had just come out of a 16 day cycle plus an extra…

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Grace, Grit and Gratitude


My son Kyle is in a rough spot. We call them cycles. Cyclical episodes of anxiety and agitation. They show up and hang around for awhile coming every two weeks and lasting two weeks.  It feels sort of like a different person takes over Kyle’s body for awhile. They are an add on to his already challenging autism. Eventually they…

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I Don’t Care


I don’t care. Should I or shouldn’t I? How did I get here? On Sunday, I was taking a morning walk through our local mall with my son. The lights were down low, the music was calm, and the air conditioning was cranked up.  It was two hours before the stores open so things were not yet bustling. Seniors and moms with strollers…

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Tale (of Woe)


I live in Phoenix, Arizona. And as the Brits might say, “It’s bloody hot here.” 107 F (41 C).This is on a “good” day. From May through September sometimes spilling into October, the 100’s are the norm. When family from France was here a few weeks ago, they were treated to 118. But it was a dry heat. Dry…

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