Burned Out? 5 Steps to Take Before Throwing in the Towel

Depleted. Drained. Sapped. Empty. Zero fucks. Lackluster. Exhausted. Do any of these words resonate? How much of your life do you spend feeling this way? Guesstimate for yourself: What percentage of your time are you exhausted? Has it changed since the start of the...

Floating Towards Myself

2020 has been my year of self care. Since the arrival of Covid, lockdown, and life going virtual, I’ve done my best to take care of myself. After all, I have to practice what I preach, right? If you’ve been following along in my journey, you know I’ve been interested...

Being Kind, Gentle, and Compassionate with Yourself

I had the pleasure of talking with my friend and coaching colleague, Andrea Bednar, about making “kind, gentle, and compassionate” choices for ourselves this year. If you are interested in learning about her, you can check out her website. We had a great time talking...

Riding the Waves of Grief

I’m not good at grieving. That is both a self statement, and a sentence I hear spoken often. The sentence itself is sort of meaningless because there isn’t a “good” way to grieve. There certainly isn’t one right way, nor does grief itself feel good. Grief is a...

On Grief: Exploring Post-Traumatic Growth

I recently had the privilege to speak with my friends, Damon Valentino and Scott Winter, and their group, Collaborative Commons, on one of their Inner Mission classes. The group asked lots of fabulous questions, and we had a vibrant and deep conversation about grief...

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