Self-Care

September 4, 2018

Own Your Space: How I Learned to Stop Making Myself Small

My entire life, I’ve identified as being a “big girl”. Yes, big. Not just tall, but specifically, big. In my book How Mommy Got Her Groove Back™ I share a few stories about this came to be. To sum it up, I had several interactions in which people made comments that made me feel like my height (I’m nearly 6 feet tall) made me intimidating to other people. And in truth, when you couple my height […]
August 21, 2018

Avoid Analysis Paralysis with The Process to Making Change That Lasts—Step 3: Get to Work

Practice makes perfect. I know you’ve heard this many times before and maybe, like mine, the walls of your high school were the showcase for those motivational posters with quotes like this one. Of course, the quotes were always accompanied by an inspiring image; more than likely, this quote would be featured with an image of a person running somewhere. (Aren’t people are always running on those posters?) And as much as I love a good motivational […]
August 14, 2018

Avoid “Information Overload” with The Process to Making Change That Lasts—Step 2: Get Knowledge

So you’ve made the decision. You want to make a change. You’re ready to commit. This time, it’s gonna happen. You can practically SEE the results! But now? You have to figure out what you’re actually going to do. You have to figure out which guru you’re going to follow, which expert’s advice you’re going to heed, or which program you’re going to nail. Whichever it is, you’re going to follow it to a T, because […]
August 7, 2018

Avoid “Falling Off The Wagon” With The Process to Making Change That Lasts—Step 1: Get Your Head Straight

It’s been said that change is hard. And even if you really like change (raises hand) this tends to be true. If you’re anything like me, you’ve experienced a time or two of trying to take something on and after a short burst of success—be it 2 days, 2 weeks or 2 months—you find yourself faltering, going off-track, and ending up back where you started. Or worse yet, further back than where you started. You […]