Tag Archives: writing

The Number One Thing to Stop Worrying About

When I was 32, I got dumped by my boyfriend (whom I totally thought I was going to marry), realized I needed to quit my job, and started an intense, year-long yoga teacher training program. I was ass over teakettle,… more →

Do You Want To Be a Person Who Has Written a Book?

Each year, I take a long weekend away from work and family to get together with two writer friends. We stay at an inn in the country, chatting over cups of tea and farm breakfasts. We talk about everything—relationships, money,… 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 →

What My Peri-Menopause Has to Do With You

I sat down today to write an utterly compelling post designed to inspire the handful of you reading this who have been thinking of writing a book for months (or years) (or decades) to check out the cool new book… more →

What’s Available If You Just Keep Going

I read a great book with the kids (technically, they read it to me, which has been a really cool thing to witness—but that’s a subject for another post) and it has such a great lesson in it, I had… more →

The Universe Told Me to Do It

If you’ve been following me a while, you know that in addition to coaching I am also a writer. I covered wellness for national magazines for years (before the recession), and I have written a few books, including one coming… more →