5 No-Fail Strategies to Stick With It (Even When You Feel Ridiculous)

August 10, 2016

When I was in college I wanted to be a communications major. My communications advisor, during our first meeting, asked me what I wanted to do in communications. “I’d like to report the news,” I told him. “Oh that’s not really journalism. It’s more for models.” In an instant, right then and there, I let […]

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35 Excuses Keeping You From Being Happy

July 27, 2016

No excuses. Just happy. My mom used to call me a “malcontent.” I hated it when she called me that. But now I see that she was right. I always had a reason why I couldn’t be happy. Here are a few excuses I used to make that kept me from being happy. Chances are […]

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[guest post] Why You Should Just Eat the Damn Cookie

June 29, 2016

[Note from Amy: Hope you enjoy this is a guest post by Barb Spanjers. I love her take on why bonafide grown-ups STILL don’t know how to feed themselves!] Are you as tired of these kinds of headlines as I am? Eat This! Not That! 5 Foods Never to Eat! If You Eat That Oreo, […]

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Giving Up: A Cautionary Tale

June 15, 2016

Saying goodbye to the person I thought I should be. There once was a woman who lost a mother (her number one fan) three months before becoming a mother herself. The stress of this loss and her new job as a mom forced her to finally give up trying to pretend to be something she […]

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Down in the Dumps? How to Feel Better in 30 Seconds or Less

May 18, 2016

The other day I saw a very touching exchange on Facebook between some family members. And its embarrassing to admit but, instead of being happy about it, I made it all about me. I made it mean… I’m not lovable. I don’t fit in. I’m an outsider. The same story I’ve been telling myself for […]

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How I Almost Lost My Life (And What it Taught Me About Life)

May 4, 2016

(The Deschutes) I came within minutes of drowning once. My husband and I were rafting with some friends down the Deschutes River. We were on a two-person raft. We came upon a very large boulder in the middle of the river and didn’t maneuver past it in time. So the raft floated into it, going […]

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Roses

April 20, 2016

A few months after my mom died I went to a class called “Connecting with Your Loved Ones on the Other Side.” The teacher told us to expect a sign from a loved one over the next few days. The thing is, I don’t have woo woo experiences (despite all the books I read). Never […]

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How My Triplets Came Back (5 Tips for Listening to Your Heart in a Crisis)

March 7, 2016

11 years ago I was pregnant with triplets. What are the chances that one of the two embryos we transferred during In Vitro (IVF) would split into two? (Something like one in a million apparently.) Just so we’re all on the same page… IVF entails merging my eggs with my partner’s sperm in a petri […]

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7 Reasons Why You’re Still in That Boring Job

February 24, 2016

Five years ago when I was pregnant with my third kid I decided to become a Virtual Assistant (VA). Which doesn’t make a whole lot of sense because I was supposed to be growing my coaching practice. My logic went something like… “Well since I won’t technically have as much time growing my coaching practice […]

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Does Facebook Bring Up Your Shit? Try this.

February 10, 2016

I’m not one of those people who “hates” Facebook. I’ve never taken a break from Facebook. I don’t take down my account only to put it back up a few months later… I’m not worried that Facebook is threatening the social fabric of our society. I actually really like that Facebook exists. I like connecting […]

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