Surrendering to the Season

The daylight hours are slowly becoming shorter and the air is starting to crisp up. I love the beauty of the colorful leaves, plump pumpkins and have visions of hot chocolate (dancing in my head). However, I have noticed an odd and conflicting paradigm within myself. I have been easily completing projects that I began […]

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Tomato Cage Wisdom

“Dreams come in a size too big so that we can grow into them” This is the first summer that my “hubs” and I are growing goodies… kale, chard, lots of herbs and tomatoes. We were feeling the urge to green up our patio with some tasty treats and since he is a chef… the […]

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The Real You

The more I work with women on Woman Within weekends, in circles and individually… I see them craving to discover who they are so they can live authentically. They desire claiming their life so that it resonates deeply with who they truly are. In a variety of areas, women often contort themselves, their needs, and […]

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Spring Forth Into Spring

“In springtime, love is carried on the breeze. Watch out for flying passion or kisses whizzing by your head.” -Emma Racine Defleur Welcome Spring!! It’s so nice that you arrived on Sunday. I welcome you with open arms and gratitude and a sigh of relief. Spring marks the beginning of new, fresh, clean time that […]

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Trying Too Dang Hard

The harder I try, the faster I go, the more pressure I feel… the worse things get. I can get all fouled up in my head by trying to do it right, be perfect and flawless. Imagine this… I am out for a round of golf with my husband and two other men that we […]

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In Honor of Empty Nesting Mamas

In Honor of Empty Nesting Mamas – (The Next Chapter) Several years ago, my dear friend Renee (who is deeply introspective and a proficient planner) told me that she was starting to prepare for the day she became an empty nester. For her, it was the day her second daughter left home for college. This […]

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The Latte Disaster

My husband and I bought a ‘fancy dancy’ dual coffee machine that makes drip and espresso. I have used it exclusively for regular coffee since that seems so much easier. And quite frankly, I was intimidated to make espresso. However, this past Sunday morning I was inspired to have lattes. My hubby was busy with […]

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