In this picture, we celebrate my baby’s 66th birthday (last Thursday). If you’re wondering about age in the context of relationship, it’s just a number. Don’t let it scare you. … More
When we take on a spouse, there’s a lot more to consider taking on than their name. This beautiful work of art was given to my husband Sam for his birthday yesterday. We are both wild ass dreamers! And without that common ground, our relationship wouldn’t work.
Mr. and Mrs. _________. Fill in the blank with as many “names” as you can think of, before you say “I do.”… More
You are love. And NOTHING can change love–not your doubts, regrets, or mistakes, or somebody else’s judgment. Nothing can alter love. Love is love. Your only job is to align with your true self, love. And it’s so important that you have a lifetime to do it. Enjoy the process … and don’t get lost for too long in the shining armor.… More
Don’t get stuck thinking you’re unlovable because somebody else is still learning how to love. You’re free to walk, to be you, and to be loved. Love yourself enough to step away. … More
Because of the global turmoil and economic crisis, excuses may be more assumed than they’ve ever been in your lifetime. That is, unless you survived the stock market crash of 1929; in which case, your age is another convenient excuse.
You can hide behind too old, too young, not enough money or no time, but there is no good excuse.
If there is something you want to do that you are not doing, all of your excuses come down to fear. And if Franklin D. Roosevelt were alive, he’d remind you that, “We have nothing to fear but fear itself.” He delivered those famous words during his inaugural address in the height of the Depression.
Roosevelt’s gift is to strip us of our excuses regardless of the situation, so that we might face our ultimate fear … and realize that we have nothing to be afraid of.v
People didn’t jump off buildings because their estates were devalued; they jumped because they felt like they were devalued.
I recently saw a billboard in NYC that read, “Recession 101: Self-worth beats net-worth.”
Want to know how you’re doing on self-worth? With “1” indicating that you strongly disagree and “5” indicating that you strongly agree, what number (1-5) best describes your position on Roosevelt’s statement, “We have nothing to fear but fear itself”?… More