Keeping Healthy through the Holidays

By |December 30th, 2018|

What is the key to keeping healthy through the holidays? Self-love! Can you imagine giving yourself the gift of love and taking care of your emotional needs before you give to your family and friends?

It’s a big challenge, I know. You are worth it.

I know what you are saying: prioritizing taking care of “you” […]

Living Fearlessly

By |October 18th, 2018|

What does living fearlessly look like? Running out in front of a car or jumping out of an airplane each day? NO! I know that sounds ridiculous but a lot of people are living on adrenaline each and every day and that is not what living fearlessly is about. Living fearlessly means walking your […]

Increasing Attention & Focus

By |September 18th, 2018|

Increasingly digitized lifestyles have led to our attention spans being a mere eight seconds, according to a recent study by Canadian researchers. However, the importance of developing focus is key to not only doing substantive creative work, but also for being present with those we care about. Increase your attention span and ability to […]

Transitions: Moving On & Getting Out

By |September 4th, 2018|

For the last few years, I’ve worked as WishGarden’s Customer Service and Fulfillment Manager, a dynamic position that provided  me with countless opportunities to build skills, expand my confidence as an educator, trainer, team-builder, and serve folks around the world.

It was an incredibly formative time to be a part of the WishGarden team. The […]

Trust Your Body

By |August 21st, 2018|

Take a moment now and check in with yourself. Do you trust your body? Do you trust that this physical vehicle that you are in right now is able to heal itself? Slow down for a moment and really ask inside: Are you dependent on the “experts” around you to heal you or are […]

Cultivating an Active Lifestyle

By |June 29th, 2018|

Whether you are 5 or 90 years old, your body needs movement, nourishment, and love. Your mind needs purpose and your soul needs space to fly, play, explore, learn and express itself. For children, the expectation is to eat, sleep, play, grow, and repeat. Laughter is the norm. Falling down and getting up again […]