Judging Others | We Can All Do It, But We Can Also Do THIS…

Greetings, everyone... I have a sort-of-confession I need to make this week. I erred recently, and I'm not proud of it. Especially because I blog so often about how important it is to not judge others. And it is...and 99.999% of the time, I don't. Really, strangers share their stories with me at the airport and other places I go – and I'm convinced it's because they sense my patient, tolerant and non-judgmental spirit. But, recently, I judged. And I'm sharing this with you because I think it shows that even the best of us … [Read more...]

How To Deal With Disappointment: 3 Actionable Tips

Are you part of the one percent? I know, tacky question, right? Well, it would be, except for I'm not referring to the one percent you think I am. I'm referring to the one percent of people who, according to radio host Dennis Prager, live a fully blessed and completely disappointment-free life. Yes, he believes that there are people – about 1-5% of the population – that have lived very charmed lives free of any significant adversities or disappointments. He cites his parents as two examples. So, I'll ask you again... Are … [Read more...]

3 Life Lessons I Learned While Going Out On A Limb (And That YOU Can Too)!

Are you scared of heights? When I stood outside on the balcony of my 27th-floor apartment building in New York, I wasn't. I LOVED looking out over the busy New York City skyline from above. But ask me to walk across a horizontal log suspended 25-feet high off the ground – and then back again – and that's another story! But that's what I did while visiting Miraval Resort & Spa in Tuscon, Ariz. several years ago, when I participated in their outdoor challenge activity, Out on a Limb. (You may remember my talking about my … [Read more...]