Carolyn Gray and I were destined to be friends. She wore pearls and a feather boa and talked of business and etiquette, while I sported wild curly hair with a 4-year-old in tow speaking on communication and marketing.
While it is difficult to get away for a full weekend, it is still important and desirable to decompress and come back to center. On occasion, it is necessary to refill our spiritual self so that we can continue to pour out into our daily obligations and loves. As women, we possess the "feminine genius."… Continue reading Realign Your Compass Mini-Retreat
What if the acorn was afraid of change? The tiny acorn does not fear the future. It knows that within itself there is greatness. The sapling does not ask, “Is this enough, can I stop growing now?” The ancient oak does not falter and say, “I am ready to retire, can I just be a… Continue reading What if the Acorn was Afraid of Change?
When living an unmuted life, we have to seek to line up our values and priorities with our choices. We are not solely one thing. We are beyond our jobs, relationships, and hobbies. We are a mind-body-spirit that strives to live in harmony. As we begin our various journeys towards an unmuted life, we are… Continue reading Food For Thought – 3 Practices to Help You on Your Weight Loss Journey
"I felt like if I couldn't handle not being good at something, then how could I consider myself a successful person" -- Gerald Hodges For an inspiring story of success, determination and leadership, look no further than high school student, Gerald Hodges. He is a prime example of living an unmuted life! His wisdom to… Continue reading The Unmuted Life: Gerald Hodges