Freshly Heartbroken…

| October 21, 2014 | 9 Comments

Warning: This is without a doubt, the toughest and most gut-wrenching, heart-felt blog I’ve ever written… I am saddened beyond belief, feeling truly heartbroken. Tuesday evening, my beloved dog, Hailey, was hit by a car and killed – right in front of my eyes. It happened in a split second and I feel like my […]

What Are You Not Seeing?

| July 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

          When you take a close look at yourself, what do you see?  When looking in a mirror, what do you say to yourself? The truth is that every woman has a unique beauty of her own.  I imagine you acknowledge and appreciate the beauty in your friends, but do you […]

Have You Crossed The Line?

| June 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

          This post may especially hit home with those who are moms of adult children, like me.  As a mother, your tendency is to nurture your children (no matter how old they     may be).  You want to do things to help them, to make life better and easier.  And […]

Have You “Got No Time?”

| May 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

  Recently, as I was driving home from a speaking engagement I turned on the radio to help pass the time.  I soon found myself singing along to an “oldie.”  The song was, “No Time,” by the Guess Who.  If you’re not familiar with it, the lyrics say: (No time left for you) On my […]

MVP vs. MVR

| October 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

In a variety of sporting events an “MVP” is chosen; a most valuable player is identified.  This is an individual that’s had the greatest impact in the game. In the “game” of life, have you ever heard of the “MVR?”  Your “MVR” is your most valuable resource. We all have a variety of resources, although […]

Are You Accountable For Yours?

| June 20, 2013 | 1 Comments

Would you describe yourself as “accountable?”  By definition, accountable means one that is required or responsible for justifying actions or decisions.  If you’re thinking that you show up on time, keep your word and do what is expected of you, you might consider yourself accountable.  However, are you accountable and when it comes to your […]

Recipe – Part 3

| May 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

  The recipe for Wholehearted Living involves three ingredients.  As stated in previous articles, if we were making a pizza, the crust would be “your relationship with yourself.”  The things you put on top would be “your relationship with stuff.”  Now, the cheese (what melts over everything and holds it all together) would be “your […]

Recipe – Part 2

| April 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

As shared in my previous article, the recipe for Wholehearted Living involves three ingredients.  The first is your relationship with yourself.  Learning to establish and maintain a healthy relationship with yourself, is the foundation for the following ingredients.  If we were making a deep-dish pizza, your relationship with yourself would be the crust. The second […]

Recipe – Part 1

| April 2, 2013 | 0 Comments

As stated in my previous article, living wholeheartedly means to love yourself, God and others with all your heart. Most of us have erroneous beliefs and unhealthy behaviors that prevent us from wholehearted living. However, there is a secret family recipe (for living wholeheartedly) that I would like to share with you. Whether or not […]

Do You Have This Family Favorite Recipe?

| March 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

“Wholehearted living” means to love God, yourself and others, with all your heart.  Sounds simple, but day-to-day do you find yourself living wholeheartedly?  Unfortunately, most of us don’t.  The secrets to living wholeheartedly are contained in a treasured family recipe; one that was supposed to have been passed down from generation to generation.   It seems, […]