When a Parent Dies It’s Like a Taylor Swift Song.

I will just come out and say it. When a parent dies, it sucks really bad. And I’m sorry to say that the feelings of “this sucks”

How to Make an Anxiety Journal.

I know. Everyone loves to talk about gratitude. We live in a time where, god help us, we have to be told to be grateful and if we can’t remember it on our own,

A Room of One’s Own.

I have a room of my very own. I’m okay sharing this with you. It’s like donating your body for science. It’s for a good cause.

Can a Life Coach Help With Your Aging Parents?

Let me establish a bit of credibility. My mom had a stroke when she was 49. I was 29. I was her eldest child and she was unmarried which meant I was in charge of the big decisions.

Cheri is a Guide. Not a Magician.

This is a guest post from Dana. She shares about our time together over the last few years.

Ahhh-HA. Tenfold.

Yup.

Adversity Does Not Discriminate.

This is a guest post by Denise. She attended an 8-week women’s workshop last fall.

One night I was scrolling through social media and I happened to catch a post about an upcoming women’s workshop.

Hitting the Home Button.

Ready or not, it’s here.

It’s that time of year. Regardless of what you believe or don’t believe, regardless if you have kids or not,

How to be Grateful.

I’m not going to tell you to get a gratitude journal or to “pay-it-forward”. Although those are great tactics I’m thinking about how to be grateful.

Your Personal Mission Statement

Have you ever been on a board or worked for a non-profit or perhaps a new company? And they make you sit in a room around a table with crappy snacks and bad coffee so that you can come up with a mission statement?

Less Leaning in and More Letting Go

I went for a long walk in the woods a few weeks back and thought about all the things most us of carry around. The pain,