Tag Archives: kids

Break Up With The Past

We’ve Got to Break Up with the Past

We need to accept the reality that the past is not anything we’re going to get back to so we need to break up with the past. For so many reasons—regarding the coronavirus, our economy is going to be affected… more →


Resist The Urge To Fix Other People’s Problems

Believe me, as a mom, I KNOW how tempting it is to want to fix other people’s problems for them. Let’s assume that someone you love is going through something painful. Your good friend has  just had their heart broken…. more →

Change the Way You Think, Change Your Life

One of my very favorite things to hear my coaching clients say is, “Oh, I never thought of it that way before.” That’s when I know lightening has struck, because allowing yourself to think differently about something is always the… more →

How to “Get It All Done”—Part 1

At one of the first coaching retreats I attended, my coach stood in front of the room and drew five circles on the white board. She explained that the most roles any one person could successfully fill was five—what roles… more →

The Busier You Are, the More You Need This

“The degree to which you do not believe you have time to spend ten minutes sitting quietly is the degree to which you desperately need to spend ten minutes sitting quietly.”  — Donna Farhi, in Bringing Yoga to Life It’s… more →

7 ways to do yoga with kids around

It’s oh so tempting to think you have to wait until the kids are asleep or out of the house to do anything nice for yourself. I have definitely fallen prey to this line of thinking in the past. But… more →

The Corpse Pose That Almost Wasn’t

This morning was one of those rare — like, white buffalo rare — days where I woke up before the kids. Even though it was a “mommy morning” (hubs and I alternate the early parenting shift), I managed to get… more →