Back to Yoga
On January 5, 2019 | 0 Comments

Determined to lose the weight I gained after taking meds to address the DVT and PE I suffered, I took to the gym. This summer, I worked four to six times a week: a series of cardio, core and resistance training. Six months later and after a bout of food poisoning which jumped started the […]

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Intention of the Day (Smile!)
On May 17, 2018 | 0 Comments

In yoga, before practice starts, the instructor may suggest that you set an intention: dig deeper, respect your body, or don’t compete with your neighbor… I’m writing another book, My Intentional Year, where I chronicle a year of setting a daily intention. I decided that on one particular day, I would smile at every person […]

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May 2018-Monthly Learning Teleconference Schedule
On April 8, 2018 | 0 Comments

All classes are scheduled on either Sunday or Wednesday evenings for 1 hour. EST. 8:00 PM-9:00 PM/ CST. 7:3O PM-8:30 PM/ MST: 6:30 PM-8:00 PM/ PST: 5:30 PM-7:00. To register contact 847-274-7958, or May 2018 Tapping into Your Intuition — Sunday, 5/5/18 Based on the book “Trusting the Tingles” You’ve heard about intuition, gut […]

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Confidence. Can it be Taught?
On April 8, 2018 | 0 Comments

As a mother to a teen daughter, I certainly hope confidence can be taught if not sent via osmosis but to be fair, she is a tween and thus hormonal. As a baby, toddler, and little girl, she was fearless. She tried different foods, new games, learned readily and commanded her environment. And she was […]

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Make Business Decisions Using Your Intuition
On June 27, 2017 | 0 Comments

Use Your Intuition to Make Business Decisions “There’s no room for intuition in business” said the unwise person flailing at their company. Since the word, “Eureka” was uttered in the early 17th century, intuition and/or gut instinct (or a simple “just knowing”) has been at the helm of many a great idea. Business or otherwise. […]

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Co-exist Happily with Your Ex and Thrive
On June 6, 2017 | 2 Comments

How to not just survive but co-exist happily with your Ex. Divorce happens to over 50% of all marriages and over 70% of all second marriages, however, There are many levels to coexisting with him or her post divorce. You have a child/ren and can’t really split Living together for financial reasons You’re no longer […]

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Trusting My Tingles
On March 10, 2016 | 0 Comments

As a child I remember visiting the Chicago public library (the one with the two big lions…a huge sign for me). My parents would take the four of us on the weekend…occasionally my father would take the girls solo, perhaps to give my mother a much needed break. I was in awe at the number […]

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Play Nice!!!
On October 13, 2015 | 2 Comments

I grew up with three sisters, and while I didn’t have a lot of exposure to boys, the exposure I’ve had to date leads me to believe wholeheartedly that “play nice” means something completely different for girls than it does for boys. For boys, the admonishment, “play nice” means, don’t give your brother/friend/sister/person a black […]

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Eyes Wide Open
On May 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

Dating can be fun. A time to learn more about y= ourself: your wants, deal breakers and idiosyncrasies, and at the end of on= e, you may have even met your soulmate! But before we identify your potenti= al life partner, you must be transparent in your relationships and represen= t yourself authentically. This doesn=E2=80=99t […]

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Is the Idea of Fairytale Endings Far-fetched?
On October 31, 2014 | 2 Comments

I’ve been a bit conflicted by this notion of life being a fairytale. Somewhere along the way, I began to equate the word fairytale with fallacy; the idea that women are indeed Princesses waiting for their Prince Charming to come along and sweep them off their feet. Post beautiful and perfect engagement and then spectacular […]

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