Growth Comes In Faceplants

Yep. Some Days Are Like That. I totally get it sweetheart. In fact, I have recently felt just like this. A surprise faceplant can leave us all wondering exactly what just happened. Every now and then when life is good … Continue reading

Don’t Waste Your Pain. Lessons from Jimmy Wayne.

Hello Jimmy Wayne. It’s time to write to beautiful. Recently I had a reminder and a reality check that pain is not always a bad thing. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying pain and heartache and being hurt is … Continue reading

Daring Greatly

An acquaintance I met years ago recently tagged me in a post of a video on vulnerability. Specifically Dr. Brene Brown’s follow up from her appearance and presentation on Ted Talk that went viral on her take and study on … Continue reading

Looking For Next Steps

For those that feel stuck…. I know what it’s like to be so worried you’ll either do the wrong thing or, just as bad, do nothing at all. I imagine you’ve experienced this feeling before too. It seems that we … Continue reading

Progress…and what to do when there seems to be a lack of it.

Let’s talk about progress…and what to do when there seems to be a lack of it. Maybe it’s a job hunt that has gone nowhere. Maybe your kids are getting worse instead of better even after investing in expensive resources … Continue reading

Lessons from the Broncos

As a Bronco fan there was nothing more painful than watching the team in orange go down in flames against the Seattle Seahawks. (To all the non-football fans out there, the Denver Broncos lost in an 8 to 43 spanking … Continue reading

Failure Hall of Fame

With 9 days left to go in the 30×30 Kickstarter publishing campaign, there’s a lot of questions on what is actually in the book. Let me be the first to say that it’s not just my stories. Here are some … Continue reading

When all your plans go to pot…

The derailment of plans and good intentions. It happens. Even after completing 29 of my 30 items on my original 30×30 list and creating and beginning the Next List, I still find myself getting derailed and disappointed. After taking on … Continue reading