A Few Things To Stay Mindful Of This Season

I know how easy it is to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of the holidays, so I wanted to remind you of a few things this season.

1.  Love yourself.  There’s a really good book/audio you can gift yourself with.  It’s called, Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It. Author, Kamal Ravikant is a beautiful soul.  I think you’ll enjoy it!

2.  Laugh. You know what they say, laughter is the best medicine and it’s absolutely free.  The holidays, as joyful as they are, can trigger an array of emotions.  There’s no better antidote for stress then a good laugh.

3.  Stay organized. If you feel like “things” are getting out of control, now’s the time to stay mindful of what’s important in your life. The Mindful Tools for Organized Living series will assist you with that.  It’s a must!

Oh, and in 2020, I’ll be offering a brand new workshop; A New Year’s Guide to Purging and Organizing!  So, stay tuned!

Till then my dear friends, have a beautiful holiday season and stay safe!

Notes to Self

Notes to Self

  • It’s okay not to be perfect! 👌
  • When you’re kind to yourself it’s easier to be kind to others.
  • Worrying reduces your energy and causes negativity – let it go.
  • Don’t judge others. (No further explanation needed)
  • It only takes one person to make a difference – let it be you.
  • Love with an open heart, ❤️ a full heart, because love always wins.
  • The root to happiness is being truthful – even when it hurts.
  • There’s no one else in the world like you, that’s why you’re special.
  • Your smile can melt the coldest heart. So SMILE. 😊
  • Give freely, unselfishly, without expectations.
  • Things can change in a moment.  Always remember that.




I Love Sunday Mornings



I hope your week-end is going great!

Sunday mornings tend to be my favorite time.  I enjoy the peace and quiet and the serenity the day offers almost effortlessly.

I admire people who really know how to live their life like that every day.

I say that because I know they have something special going on for them. They figured out a way to not let the noise and chaos of life get in their way of living their best life.

Some days are not easy and I know life isn’t perfect, but I also recognize that it’s up to us to make it better.  No one else can do that for us.

I’ve been on a little bit of a journey for quite some time now…trying to gather the best of the best information to help myself and ultimately help you.

I will be sharing some really cool stuff in my upcoming webinar.  If you haven’t registered yet, and you’re thinking about how to make your days better…come on over and join us.

You can register here:

A Reminder We Can All Use


A few signs along the way after teaching my Mindfulness Course in Florida.  We are all so unique and special and although our stories may be different we are all the same – and we all need kindness, love and support.  Here’s to staying mindful!

Wednesday Wellness



Speak Your Truth

Speak Your Truth is what resonated the most for me from my spiritual retreat with Neale Donald Walsch, author of Conversations with God.

Since we are on the subject of truth, I must confess that I registered for this event because it’s been on my “Commitment List” of things to fulfill. You see, since the moment my eyes made contact with Neale’s words over 20 years ago, I had a burning desire to meet him. It was deeply important that I followed through on this as I felt it was part of my spiritual journey to do so.

I had real life questions that needed to be answered. I felt as if this part of my life would somehow be reconciled and I would find peace and resolution to some of the most challenging aspects of my life. Therefore, I had certain expectations of what I thought I would be receiving from this event.

Was I ever in for a surprise.

The child within me wanted nurturing and understanding. The adult me was looking for deeper wisdom to practically apply into my professional and personal life. These are the things I wanted.

Instead, I received something much more valuable, at least that is my opinion. Or should I say, at least that’s my truth. I ended receiving what I needed.

Neale was quick to remind us that we were not here to learn anything, but to simply remember. Although, we as a species occupy space here on this planet with people of diverse backgrounds and distinct differences, I remembered that outwardly we may appear all different, but the truth is that we are all one – we all come from the same source – God. Hearing this again brought a sense of peace to me.

Yet, I was still hungry for answers. It wasn’t enough for me to simply accept some of what I was supposed to be “remembering” opposed to what I was learning, as Neale would say. There was a part of me that just wasn’t fully leaning into it all. I wanted to but yet, I found myself struggling. I wanted more.

To say the least, I felt disappointed and I could not get an accurate pulse on what it was really all about. All I knew was that I wasn’t receiving what I was seeking. I felt let down.

But, life can be funny. And God does have a sense of humor.

What I came to realize is that I arrived at the retreat with something in “mind” and left with something in “hand.” What was now in my hand felt familiar, real and, in some ways, home. It made me laugh, feel special, and accepted. I guess you could say, it simply felt like I found me all over again.

Effortlessly, as if it was all destined to be from the beginning, I reconnected with my soul friends. Yes, I say reconnected because even though we had physically never met before, from a spiritual place, I knew better. Their eyes were the windows into my soul that woke me up and said, “Hey, you over there, I know you and you know me – Remember?”

And indeed I did.



As kids, playing on the playground of life, we enjoyed each other’s company. We laughed, we cried, we had intense conversations and light moments – all with ease and the innocence of a child. As we said our good-bye’s and parted ways, we knew that it didn’t mean forever. It meant until next time and this time again.

You see, this whole time, I thought I was looking for hard and fast answers to questions about life that really didn’t have answers. But what I came to find out was that I was really looking for meaningful relationships with people that would last a lifetime. I needed people to connect with, to form the same bonds as from childhood.

Even though I didn’t know it at the time, I got exactly what I needed: understanding.

When I arrived home from this spiritual retreat, I opened my vision box. It’s a special place where I keep all my hopes and dreams. I pulled out one of my hand-written notes: It is my heart’s desire to form bonding and loving relationships with family and friends and to find a new best friend for life.

If I am going to speak my truth, I found more than I bargained for. I found what I needed. God is Good!

Kindness Matters

Kindness Matters

You never know how a simple act of kindness can change a life.

Photo by Carli Jeen on Unsplash


I want to pass along something a distinguished mentor told me.

I try my best to put it into practice. When I do, it changes everything.

It keeps me grounded and mindful of what really matters.

Truly, I can’t express enough how it has opened up my thinking.

I am grateful for this valuable lesson and hope it has the same influence on you.

Here’s what she told me…

Whatever you do, do it with love.

In other words, no matter what you put into practice, choose love over resistance, fear, anger…

Then watch the magic happen.


1 Major Reason To Eat Salad Daily

Listen, I can give you all the top reasons why you should eat salad. And tell you that by making just one simple change to your diet it can pay off with plenty of health benefits. But unless you have been living underneath a rock for a very long time, you know all of this.

For instance, I’m sure you are aware that a bountiful salad is a convenient way to work in a couple servings of vegetables and fruit and is a good healthy habit to form. Especially if you have difficulty eating your veggies separately.

You probably also know that a salad provides you with the fiber that your body needs to help avoid constipation and lowering your cholesterol. And I’m betting you’ve heard that for years, research has shown that by eating a healthy dose of fruits and vegetables it can minimize your risk of many diseases, including cancer.

Not to mention that if your goal is to lose weight, well, a salad a day will certainly help with that as long as you don’t over do the fatty add-ons. Eating a little good fat is actually smart, such as olive oil, avocado and nuts.

I like to mix up my salads for the variety of taste and texture, but usually it is comprised of organic kale, baby arugula, baby spinach, pea or broccoli sprouts, carrots, cucumbers, mushrooms, asparagus, avocado, apple and tangerine slices, almonds, walnuts, choice of seeds… mixed all together with a little extra virgin olive oil and apple cider…with a sprinkle of sea salt.

Oh, and at this point, I’m also sure that you know that by eating a salad everyday with a generous amount of omega-3 foods keeps your brain healthy. And with the rise of dementia and Alzheimer’s this is vital to ensuring good health.

But let’s get back to the topic at hand… the  1 major reason why you should eat a daily salad.

Beyond how a salad can boost your body to wellness it can do something else for you. Studies have shown that by eating a salad a day it can actually keep you young and vibrant and reduce the aging process. Now, I don’t know about you, but I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that pretty much the majority of the population will buy into this. Who doesn’t want to have supple skin, clear eyes, silky hair and stronger joints…?

I’m betting that there is also at least one person who wants to see you not only look and feel gorgeous but they want you to be around for a very long time. And this is because they care about you. Do yourself and your loved ones a huge favor – eat your daily salad.

Trust me, you’ll be happy you did!

In wellness,


Wellness Starts With Healthy Choices

Let me ask you something…

If your body was fit and nourished, your mind was sharp and positive, and you lived in a space that was neat and tidy, how would that make you feel? I’m going to go on a hunch and say, pretty darn good, right?

The sad truth is that most people do not live this way. Perhaps, they achieve one out of the three, if they are lucky. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be this way. Unfortunately we tend to wait until a real crisis hits before we take action to change our circumstances. We chalk that up to human nature.

But what if you made the conscious choice to be pro-active and make healthy lifestyle decisions … can you imagine what that would do for your overall well-being?

Wellness Starts With Healthy Choices

You see, what I’ve come to learn through my own trials and tribulations is that taking charge of my health is an act of self-love. I never viewed it like that before. I guess I took my health for granted in many ways, until the day I was face to face with a crisis.

I don’t want that to happen to you. I want you to be prepared so you can make informed, educated decisions for yourself. I don’t want you to be caught off-guard like I was.

In my book, Organically Yours; Open Yourself to a Vibrant Healthy Life I explain how the night before I was supposed to leave for a mini-getaway (I was so looking forward to escaping the winter elements and soaking up some sunshine and vitamin D) my body was getting ready to surprise me in a way that would redirect my life. I had no idea that the morning would greet me with its own agenda and re-route my plans.

Through my wellness journey I learned 3 Important Lessons everyone needs to know.

These very important lessons can radically change the outcome of your situation. I believe this to be true because it made a huge difference for me.

These 3 Important Lessons will help you eliminate a lot of your worry, confusion and overwhelm. You will be able to prioritize what’s really important so you can focus your attention on taking care of yourself – first and foremost.

Because I believe behind every question is the answer, (and I know you have many questions you would like answered), I would like to extend an invitation to you. This is a personal offering that, well quite honestly, I feel compelled to make because I want you to be guided properly and be informed with information that can drastically make a difference in your life.

For 7 days, I am opening up my schedule to a limited amount of people who would like a private coaching session with me – absolutely FREE. There’s a short window of opportunity to be coached personally with me due to my book tour, so act fast to secure your spot. As an added bonus you will receive a copy of Organically Yours and my new workbook!

All you have to do now is take the next step and register for your private session with me. Think of it as accepting a gift from me to you. And the best part is you will learn the 3 Important Lessons that can make a real difference in your life or someone you love!