How To Have More Peace Around Your Holidays...
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  I’m late writing this post, and, since most of us don’t have the extra time the week before Christmas to read our emails (even favorites, like mine;) I considered re-posting an archived favorite. But, I was inspired by a recent conversation to share some holiday prevention medicine. What’s that saying...? An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure? I would agree, sometimes … Continue reading

My Top Three Tips For Letting Things Unfold And How To Get Happy Once And For All!
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  Last week I wrote about the lost art of being a lady and what it is to be feminine. You can check out that article here. I only received one unsubscribe...so, perhaps this topic is more popular than I thought! One of my own challenges with femininity is being receptive; that is, waiting for things to unfold. In fact, that principle is the … Continue reading

Calling All Women: 3 Ways To Remedy Fear and Insecurity
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I posted the above image on one of my Pinterest boards and very quickly it received a flurry of likes and re-pins…mostly from women. Interesting! This got me thinking that perhaps being a lady is a lost art. I know plenty of women who prefer Mae West to Grace Kelly any day; the bawdy humor, the ironic air of superiority over men and the … Continue reading

Do I Have To Be Grateful?!
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  I must confess,  I have had a bit of resistance to gratitude. And, when Thanksgiving would roll around I knew I was going to be bombarded with “gratitude expectations.” Ugh! Before you think I’ve gone negative, or lost my marbles, please read on… How many of you have been reminded to be grateful right smack in the middle of a crisis? The spouse cheats, the … Continue reading

Feeling Blue? Happiness Is A Gift Sitting Right In Front Of You That Simply Needs To Be Opened!
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  I am dedicated to being in your corner and helping you discover joy through your everyday life. Two of my basic principles for being connected with unstoppable joy are giving and receiving. I find more often than not, both come in the simplest of forms. The other day I bought myself some perfume. Once I paid, the clerk said, “let me wrap … Continue reading