Kind Words

  • Writing Drought

    I used to write all the time.  I still do, but these days it's tucked away in notebooks. I have stacks and stacks of notebooks piling up around me....
  • How To Be A Better Friend To Yourself

    The relationship with yourself is the most important relationship in your life. When this relationship is off, everything is off.  The sooner you p...
  • Are You Self-Aware or Self-Critical?

    You're not a performance that needs to be judged or criticized. You are a human being that is innately whole. Don't forget it.
  • Sometimes Your Most Toxic Relationship Is With Yourself

    This toxic relationship was with myself. And I was holding myself back. I had to let go of the nasty and toxic way I was treating myself in order to grow.

  • Witness Your Individuality in the Mirror

    You have incredible uniqueness, your own identity, your own experience. Can you use the mirror as a self-awareness tool to recognize and embrace your individuality?
  • Four Steps to Show Up For Yourself

    Notice what you're experiencing and feeling. Trust that your experience is valid. Keep yourself relevant. Find continuity in your life.
  • Give Yourself Permission

    Imagine a life where you consistently put yourself in situations that lift you up, surround yourself with people who allow you to have an open heart, and you can fearlessly be yourself.
  • The Four Agreements: Driving Edition

    Be impeccable with your word. Don't take anything personally. Don't make assumptions. Always do your best. Once we master The Four Agreements in the driver’s seat, imagine what we can accomplish when we step out of the car.
  • The Power of Not Sharing

    Working through things internally is me giving myself permission to feel, think and act however I see fit. Working through things externally is me waiting on others to give me permission to feel, think and act.
  • You Are Not Your Roles

    No matter how important these roles are to us, we are ourselves first.
  • Not My Circus, Not My Monkey

    We don't have to take on the responsibility of what others are thinking, feeling or doing.
  • It takes courage to be authentic - Mr. Bill would know

    An open heart paired with the courage to be vulnerable makes for the most authentic life.