Master What You Measure

I am not sure why, but the gold star is a powerful motivator for reaching goals. This must be rooted in our kindergarten memories when we wanted to please the teacher and get a gold star on our paper.  Whatever its source, I use the gold star drive to help me reach goals or build…

Stop the Drama

Have you ever noticed how much you can turn a molehill into a mountain? Recently I’ve noticed two areas of my life where I create unnecessary drama, and I am working on stopping this. The first area is the swirl and hysterics I can create about what may or may not happen.  This usually happens…

Quarterly Focus List

The key to staying on track and creating a life that feels great for you is to take consistent small steps in the right direction.  It is great to have a master list of what you want to be, do, and have for your best life.  In fact, one of my previous blog posts explained…

Name Your Clutter

  Having a lot of clutter, unfinished and unresolved stuff in our lives, is a big energy drain. We see the piles of clutter and think about the incomplete tasks, and we feel ashamed and like a failure.  Yet the thought of dealing with the clutter often seems overwhelming.  We do not know where to…

The Change Process

Now that the new year is fully here, and you’ve had some time to recover from the holidays, I bet you have started to think about something you’d like to modify, eliminate or adjust in your life.  Could be about diet, exercise, a job situation, a relationship or your home environment.  There is definitely something…