Whether you're trying to lose weight, eat healthier, or bring more consciousness to your eating habits, I'd like to offer you this quick questionnaire to help you make choices that are in line with your goals. The next time you find yourself with a fork in your hand, try to ask yourself the following four questions before that fork makes it to your mouth: 1. Am I hungry?
Are You Really Lonely or Addicted to An Unrealistic Romantic Myth? Do what you love and the rest will follow. This is the premise I operate on and is often one of the things, which I will say to single people who seem at wits end trying to figure out why they are alone. But, this idea is often scoffed at. And I get it, actually. It’s hard to do what you love when you feel like you are lacking in some areas of your life, namely love.
Longing for a man but don't want to lose your independence? I know the feeling, girlfriend. Are you a single woman over 40 who is smart, independent and thinking there are no good men out there? I hope you don’t mind my saying this: you are w-r-o-n-g. As a dating and relationship coach – and a woman who was a first‑time bride at 47 – I’m quite aware of what we tell ourselves: Men can’t handle smart, powerful women…I’m not going to change just to snag a man…I’m going to wait for the man who accepts me just the way I am. He’ll come along. Sound familiar at all?
Will your life really soar once you lose weight? You know….you’ll meet the special someone, or you’ll travel more, or you’ll find a better job….once you lose those pounds. It’s fairly common for women to link these kinds of hopes with dieting. Elements of magical thinking reside here, to be sure. However, improve your eating, and your life can indeed improve. It’s just that it may not work in the way you’d think.
One of the most spectacularly misused tools for communication is the process known as ‘Telling Someone How I Feel’. It sounds simple enough, right? We think, ‘This is how I feel, and now I’m going to tell it to you’. But that’s not always what we end up doing. More often than not, we end up telling people what we THINK – of them – and we proffer it forth as our ‘feelings’.
The full moon arrives here in NYC on Saturday, March 19th at 2:10 pm, and the Spring Equinox arrives the very next day on Sunday at 7:21 pm. The energies of the earth itself are shifting into the new season, but that's not all! In this Now long awaited, the energies from the heavenly realms are supporting a deep awakening in humankind, along with a connection between faeries and humans with pure hearts.
When you get down to brass tacks (okay, throwing in some Military terms as well), I really see life as only having two options. You can make it a spectator sport or you can live it on the field making the big plays. I've never had the patience to sit and watch others for very long. If it is a chance to witness mastery, like Olympic or World Level athletes, I'll invest the time. For the most part, I would rather be engaged and in action instead of being the quiet observer.