One of the hardest struggles I continue to have is deciding how to price out my services. Perhaps it’s the Pisces in me and those little fish in constant opposition to each other doing my head in, more realistically it’s the little voice in my head that tells me I’m not good/smart/successful enough to place… Continue reading How Much Are YOU Worth?
A little harder to wake up on this cold rainy morning in early Fall. A little tougher to get focused sitting at my computer, my coffee cup already empty. Cats curled up on my desk having a snooze. The wind in the trees calling me to look outside yet again. And I sit here full… Continue reading Gratitude as a State of Being
As an entrepreneur the hustle is real. Every day and pretty much all the time. This is great when you are full of ideas and the energy to match. Significantly harder when your brain is working a little more slowly, every ping on your phone is a distraction and you keep having reasons to get… Continue reading 5 Tips for the Hustler’s Life Balance
I choose to live in the light. It is a choice, and sometimes a daily choice. Perhaps I am being naïve in the midst of our current climate issues and political landscape – just to name two very big overarching concerns of our time. Still, I choose to live in the light. I choose to… Continue reading I Live in the Light
YES! You are, and so am I. We are all enough. We always have been, we always will be. Enough. Yet, there is something that plays against us. In part the ego mind looking for separation from others in any way it can. In part the media landscape with continuous messages direct and subliminal of… Continue reading I am Enough
Through Yoga philosophy we learn the dualistic concept of purusha and prakriti or Self and self as guideposts towards finding balance, feeling connected and ultimately a state of enlightenment. Essentially, we must understand and know our self and through this process we will feel more connected to Self. Confused yet? Here’s the breakdown. Both are… Continue reading Self vs. self
My favourite Sutra from the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali (a 2500 year-old text on Yoga Philosophy) is the very first line in Book 1: And now the exposition of Yoga is being made. Every time we read this, "now" begins again. Essentially, I think of this as our restart button. We fall off the wagon, we… Continue reading On Starting Again