I've written for multiple print and digital publications for more than 20 years. From trauma healing and nervous system regulation to features, interviews and food reviews, I write about what makes me curious. CLICK HERE for examples of my work.
Authentic power comes from knowing who you really are.
Dissolve the wall of white noise that prevents you from hearing the voice of your true self and gift yourself with the opportunity for exquisite self-care. In just 10 minutes a day.
It doesn't matter if you're new to journaling or if you've been doing it for years, this method will allow you to quickly assess where you stand in this moment and discover what you need to have the kind of day, and life, you desire.
When you’re a caregiver, you can’t be a self-care weekend warrior if you want to have energy for the things that matter to you. Caring for yourself first, as much as possible, is the key to creating and living your own life beside a loved one rather than trying to squeeze your life into theirs. You may not think it’s possible to take care of yourself and someone else at the same time, but it is – if you’re willing to give yourself ten minutes a day.
This practice shows you how to
· Create a nervous system regulation practice to get out of survival mode
· Identify where your energy levels really are
· Establish and maintain boundaries that provide the freedom you crave
· Be more present and kinder in your caregiving relationship
· Find ways to take respites without guilt
Do it every day or a couple of times a week – whatever feels good to you. When you’re consistent you’ll find yourself empowered in a way that enables you to Live your destiny, not your fate.
Everything you need to raise your awareness about ego's role in your life. Easy to navigate, the book includes exercises and real-life examples along with tools and tips to nurture insights and change behavior. A real A-Z guide to help you recognize and counter act your own ego.
Plus-sized actress Giletta Montrose is thrilled when she lands a gig to host a new reality show called Where Fat Girls Haven't Gone.
While enjoying the show's weekly stunts such as kayaking around the New York Harbor, starring in a music video and playing competitive sports, Giletta learns to navigate the broad egos, intricate politics and false friendships she encounters. Ecstatic to finally be in front of the camera, Giletta is not as surprised as everyone else when the show becomes a hit.
But with success lighting her path, she can no longer ignore her dream to grace the boards of Broadway and must choose between following her heart or her bank account. Purchase here.
Rena Sutcliffe is not on your average Goddess-guided journey!
There's no prophecy from Machu Pichu. No mutant message. No one surfing the Himalayas. Just four Goddesses, living in Rena's head overseeing her path of self-discovery.
Wander through the keyhole of Rena's mind and lurk in the shadows as Erishkigal, Kali, Inanna and Kuan Yin steer Rena around and sometimes into Recreational drugs, Anonymous sex Corporate politics, Past lives and Mountains of junk food...
All without Rena knowing she's not in charge of her own life!
Second edition coming soon! Purchase original here.
a fable for adults that will delight your inner child...
Desiree longs to live her destiny, not her fate.
Born into a long line of dolls who only know how to be dolls, she is tired of The Playroom hierarchy and frustrated with how she's treated - by The Children and her fellow toys.
When she confides to her friend Babs - a giant pink stuffed bunny - that she dreams of being a mermaid, the pair devise a plan. But when Desiree arrives at her new home, nothing turns out the way she expected.
Afraid she's gone from the frying pan into the fire, her faith wavers, but she’s determined to stay positive. So, she helps other toys in her new home find their dreams while she clings to the hope that she might one day become a mermaid.
After a few more moves, a lot of frustration and opening herself up to support from some wise, if past-their-prime misfits, Desiree begins to appreciate what she already has instead of worrying about what has not yet arrived.
Will Desiree abandon her dream? Why do the synchronicities that pop up never seem to lead anywhere? More importantly, can a doll ever really become a mermaid?