Family Dinner Table

I remember sitting at the dinner table as a little girl listening to my father talk about his workday, childhood, current events, and sports. You name the topic and he spoke about it as if he was the expert. This was my normal. A few decades and a lot of self-discovery later, I acknowledge the […]

Family Dinner Table

Family Dinner Table

I remember sitting at the dinner table as a little girl listening to my father talk about his workday, childhood, current events, and sports. You name the topic and he spoke about it as if he was the expert. This was my normal. A few decades and a lot of self-discovery later, I acknowledge the […]

Change Is Necessary

People talk about being busy – busy tending to personal and professional tasks that extend outside their responsibilities or interests. This is especially true for many of my clients during the pandemic. If you can relate, then you may need something to change, and that something just might be you. Start by asking yourself the […]

Successfully Living Alongside this Pandemic

“When will this end?” “I miss my life.” “I can’t take this anymore.”   When the pandemic made its way into our lives back in March, you quickly scrambled to figure out how to keep moving forward. You did it again in late May as reality set in that your job, kids’ summer activities, vacations, […]

When We Get Knocked Down, We Always Get Back Up

The phrase new-normal is a simplistic way of acknowledging the changes we’ve experienced since the COVID-19 pandemic hit home. These two words differentiate what was to what is, and what will be. It refers to the before we were knocked down and the after, when we get back up. An obvious and not-so-fun fact about […]

I Look Forward To

I look forward to the day when my skin does not afford me more of a privilege than those of other colors and shades. We are part of the same human race, each unique, like our fingerprints, yet the same because we have hearts and brains that want and deserve to live with calm, peace, […]

Defeating the Coronavirus War

The days are so strange. There is an eeriness in the air. Few cars on the street. More people walking around – many in the middle of the road for social distancing purposes. I haven’t been in my car more than two times in nearly three weeks. And when I was, it was upsetting to […]