Mindful Gifts of Transition Times-3 Timely Tips

Transitions are challenging; however, the mindful navigation of transitions spins those challenges into profound gifts. That’s why it’s so important to be mindful of your feelings and your needs as you move through life transitions.  And I don’t mean just the 

On-Line and Losing Time? Use Time Plans and Boundaries to Find Time

On-line activities take up more and more of everyone’s time these days. Whether you go on-line as part of your business and marketing plan, or simply use 

Everplans – Planning at Its Hardest and Most Meaningful

Everplans is a service that offers tools for planning what to do and where to keep important information that your loved ones will need access to after you have died. Memorial Day certainly brings to mind, very poignantly, the necessity for such planning. 

Reducing Stress in Your Home to Find More Time!

Reducing stress in your home is one surefire way to find more energy and time in your life.   That’s because stress is a huge drain on your mind, body and spirit.  It depletes your energy and has a profound effect on how you relate to your time.  And so it makes sense that reducing…

Change and You-Use Affirmations to Shape Your Time!

Change is a fact of life. Whether it’s change that we choose, change that evolves over time, or change that arrives suddenly, change is disruptive… and change changes us! There are the changes that come with aging.  They arrive gradually but can feel sudden when 

Self-Care Rituals Soothe You and Refresh Your Time

Self-care is a fundamental key to our health, success and enjoyment of life. Yet, when our days get busy, self-care is often the thing that we set aside.  This can be especially true for many women, as we are socialized to place self-care rather low in our hierarchy of priorities.

Transitions Don’t Have to Be Scary: Claim Your Choices and Your Power!

In yesterday’s post we wrote about navigating transitions and staying in your power as you do so. Remember? Your power lies in your ability to make choices (not in your ability to control things … which is, in fact, an impossibility).