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The Power of the Pause

One of the many benefits of mindfulness meditation is gradually gaining an ability to see the microsecond of time between an event and our reaction to that event. This concept may be new, so let’s think about it on a smaller scale which we can relate with. When we meditate on the breath, we eventually… Read more »

The Art of Wasting Time

How do you define ‘wasted’ time? Is it time spent scrolling through social media? Maybe sitting in traffic or waiting in a long line? Having to go back and redo something that didn’t turn out as expected? Saying “Yes” too often and doing things you don’t really want to do? Do you ever get still… Read more »

Meditation For Those Of Us Over 50

We all know that a daily meditation practice has a wide range of benefits, such as feeling less stressed and anxious, sleeping better, reduced physical pain, increased patience, better focus and clarity, feeling more relaxed and calm, and having a better overall quality of life. But wait, there’s more… A well-known Harvard neuroscientist became interested… Read more »

You Deserve A Break

It’s easy to get wrapped up in the many ongoing thoughts of what needs to be done, what needs to be fixed, who needs to be paid, the shopping, the cleaning, schedules, doctor’s appointments, work, laundry… With all the worry in the front of your mind constantly, it doesn’t seem to leave room for thinking… Read more »

We ARE Worthy

In my last post, I mentioned that an unexpected opportunity showed up for me in the form of a last-minute opening at a writers’ retreat…in California! I had been looking at the possibility of attending a writers’ retreat next year but thinking, “who am I” to take time to go to a retreat. Ever have that… Read more »

Then a Miracle Occurs

These past few weeks have been amazing. I want to tell you all about it, but it’s hard to know where to start… It’s a fact that even coaches need coaches. I’ve known that since becoming one myself. Because no, we’re not perfect and yes, we can always use a little help getting past the… Read more »

Tapping on What You Feel Not What You Think

After practicing a bit with finding and using your own words while you tap, sometimes no matter how hard you try, you’re still not getting the results you want. There may be several reasons for that. One that has been showing up often lately is that it might be time to step back and take… Read more »

Tapping Through Grief

We lost our Queen Mum last week. Not the Royal Queen Mum, but our own Family Matriarch. During her very full 94 years, Helen Maluk raised 4 beautiful children, including my husband, his two sisters, and his brother. Mum served her community well in many capacities and showed everyone she touched the importance of acceptance… Read more »