Category Archives: Reinvention

The Highly Sensitive Extrovert

Blog #15 in my Blog-each-weekday for a month commitment. I see a lot of articles and books these days geared to the HSP – highly sensitive person. Usually it’s assumed that these sensitive individuals are natural introverts. Yet—I’ve had to wonder about that. As a clear ENFJ on the Meyers Briggs scale, I know that I’m…Continue Reading

Make Peace with Aging

Blog #14 in the Blog-each-weekday for a month commitment. Last year I led some workshops and presentations in Portland, Oregon and Arcata, California called Make Peace with Aging. Some of my Facebook friends were so excited about this topic, they asked how they could get in on it if they didn’t live nearby. So, last…Continue Reading

The Art of Self Love

Here’s #12 in my ‘Blog a Day’ commitment. I’m writing a new post each weekday for a month. My daughters grew up the the self esteem generation. It’s almost a little comical. I remember my youngest’s 8th grade graduation. About 80 kids were graduating that day, we sat through the speeches, and I proudly cheered when…Continue Reading

Every Day Precious

Here’s #11 in my ‘Blog a Day’ commitment. I’m writing a new post each weekday for a month. I took my first sweet sip of tea. I’d just completed my morning ritual of stretching, meditation, Angel Cards, and journaling. As I savored my breakfast, the message arrived. My sister reporting in on a horrific tragedy that had…Continue Reading

Step Out of Your Comfort Zone

For Day 10 of the blog-every-weekday commitment I’m stepping out of my comfort zone. Way, way out of my comfort zone. I’m posting a poem—an actual poem—raw and unpolished. Even though LIzzie, my lizard brain, and Binnie, my bitchy inner critic, are both absolutely positive that anyone who comes across this thing will cringe at my pitiful attempt.…Continue Reading

What Do You Really Want?

Here’s Blog #9 in my one-month commitment to a blog post every weekday! This story is shared with full permission. My client was feeling hurt and sad because it seemed that everyone else had a BFF. You know, one of those girlfriends that you can call anytime and pour your heart out. The one you sit up…Continue Reading