Linda’s Blog

How Will You Re-Emerge?

In this world of seismic shifts, we can no longer predict what the future will bring and where our paths may lead.  To survive and thrive at this time in history, we must know how to design our own path and take charge of our life chapters, regardless of age or...

Anchor Yourself with Intentions

This global pandemic is an unprecedented, scary disruption of our lives. We need to heed the advice to stay safe and healthy. Social distancing, restrictions on travel, and the cancelations of so many events will impact us all in ways we’re just beginning to...

Purge, Play, and Practice!

Does March weather make you crazy, or itchy for a change? That makes sense if you’ve been cooped up and freezing all winter like lots of folks. You need something to get excited about and a reason to cut loose! I get that. Truth is, no matter where you live, change...

Loving Your Creative Self

February is the month of love.  Yet, how many of us include loving ourselves?  In the book, The Artist’s Way, author Julia Cameron takes us on a journey of creative self-discovery.  The exercises she shares are designed to help us recover our...

20/20 Clarity for 2020!

January is named after the god “Janus” who was the god of beginnings and endings.  His head is often depicted with one face looking forward and one face looking backward.  The concept is a good one. Don’t we often approach a new year with wariness due to...

Pre-Pave Happy Holidays!

Have you noticed that when you’re clear about what you want and why you want it, you feel good?  And have you noticed that when you feel good, things tend to go your way? A clear intention helps us filter out noise and allow clarity to emerge.  That clarity...

Are You In A Comfort Coma?

Have you ever protected yourself from disappointment by doing the same old things, even though they no longer brought you joy? Have you ever limited yourself, or filled your life with “busy-ness” in order to avoid discomfort? If so, you know how that flattens your...

Are You Relying on Motivation?

When I was a kid, I loved every new school year.  I was excited to see my friends, meet my new teacher, and learn new things.  My energy and hopes were high!  Unfortunately, after about 2 weeks, I’d start resisting the daily routine and my energy for...

The Gift

My mom and dad loved sentimental sayings and corny jokes.  In fact, my brother and I would roll our eyes at those jokes and sayings.  Now, all these years later, I cherish those sentimentalities.  After all, I am who I am because of them.  Years...

10 Steps to Optimism

No matter what you intend for the coming year, it’s smart to include a plan for keeping yourself happy. Sound silly?  It’s not; it’s good mental hygiene. Plus, we now know that optimism promotes health, and is the best way to create success in any life arena....