About a year ago I read Shonda Rhimes’s “Year of Yes.” In the book, Shonda takes us on a year’s journey where she decides to say “yes” to things that had always made her uncomfortable like speaking engagements and live interviews. I had all kinds of thoughts after reading “Year of Yes,” but most poignant […]
With one of the biggest elections of our lifetime (almost) past us (eye roll), I wanted to take this moment to offer up my take on one somewhat political issue. For your parents and grandparents, the word Feminist conjures up all kinds of feelings. The idea stirs up anger for most. I literally heard a […]
If only I could have a house like hers… If only I was as thin as she is… If I could just be in that group… If I had as much money as them… I would finally be confident. I would have it all. I would finally feel good about myself. I could be in […]
With a very contentious election coming up, I thought I’d lean back into my political days for a brief moment. Don’t worry. I promise not to talk Republican or Democrat because I’m as sick of it as you are. Let’s talk “glass ceiling.” According to Google (my primary source for all definitions) it’s an unofficially […]
Hear how my father’s last words can help parents and teens understand one another.
Give your child permission to to experience joy.
Why we have to stop telling our kids to “try their best.”