On today’s ‘Wednesday Walk’, I share about how important it is to commit to the goals we want to achieve. This week’s ‘Wednesday Walk’ marks my one year anniversary of making these videos for you. That’s 52 ‘Wednesday Walks’ that I have committed to! Believe me, there were times when I felt like skipping a week ~ commitment is tough! But I stuck with it and have learned that when we commit to small things, it paves the way for achieving even bigger success in life. Check out my ‘Wednesday Walk’ to hear about how commitment is key for keeping us aligned with our goals.
I would love to hear from you! What are you committed to in your life? What are some obstacles that have come up for you in your commitment? Please leave a comment on the blog so we can all learn from you.
On today’s ‘Wednesday Walk’, I share about how when we make big moves in our lives, we create space that invites new opportunities for massive growth. While sometimes change can be scary, the act of leaving behind what no longer serves us brings bigger and better things into our lives. My own recent move to San Francisco has revealed to me how important it is to trust that everything is working out for my highest good. Trust opens up amazing opportunities for me and I know it can for you as well. Check out my Wednesday Walk to hear about how making big changes can create big space for living our best lives.
I would love to hear from you! What is a big move or change in your life that has created big space for you? Is there anything that you would like to shift to create more space for living your best life? Please leave a comment on the blog so we can all learn from you.
On today’s ‘Wednesday Walk’, I share about an empowering experience where I affirmed that I CAN heal myself, naturally. Recently I saw a periodontist to check out an issue that I was having with my gum. The Dr. suggested a some-what invasive and expensive procedure. I decided to do my own research to see how I could help to support this problem naturally. After a little over a week of doing natural remedies, the pain in my gum has seceded about 80%, and I only see it improving! Check out my Wednesday Walk to hear about this special remedy that has helped heal as well as empower me.
I would love to hear from you! Have you ever healed yourself using a natural remedy? How did it make you feel when you realized you were able to heal your own body naturally?Please leave a comment on the blog so we can all learn from you.
On today’s ‘Wednesday Walk’, I share the importance of holding space for someone who is in need. In the home stretch of my move, I experienced a challenging situation that brought up many emotions for me. When my storage container was delayed longer than planned, I found myself so full of frustration and anger that I got emotional and freely expressed it to the representative that I spoke to on the phone. All the while that I was yelling and upset, this sweet woman compassionately held space for me and respected my need to express myself in a very human way. It was her patience, compassion and ability to hold space for me that grounded me and allowed me to move through what I needed to more quickly. Check out my Wednesday Walk to hear about the situation that taught me the importance of holding sweet space for someone.
I would love to hear from you. Have you ever been in a situation where you compassionately held space for someone in need? Have you ever been the person who is in need of that from someone else? How did that support you in your process? Please leave a comment on the blog so we can all learn from you.
For today’s ‘Wednesday Walk’, I am happy to connect with you on my birthday! As another year goes by I am more and more grateful for the incredible gift of being able to celebrate my 39th trip around the sun. While there are some people who truly don’t enjoy aging, I am of the firm belief that age is nothing but a state of mind. The way that you see your age, as well as your accomplishments up until this point in your life, are all a matter of perspective. Check out my Wednesday Walk to hear why I believe that age is just a state of mind.
I would love to hear from you. Have you had a time when you experienced pressure to be at a certain place in your life because of your age? Were you able to disconnect from that idea and remember that age is a state of mind? Please leave a comment on the blog so we can all learn from you.
PS ~ Today is my last day of fundraising for my work with the Africa Yoga Project. As a birthday wish, I ask that you please read more about my love project to bring yoga to children & teachers in the slums of Nairobi and if you feel inspired to make a contribution, you can do so by clicking here!
On today’s ‘Wednesday Walk’, I share about the importance of listening to your intuition. Life is constantly about the choices we are presented with and the decisions that we are asked to make. In times like these, it can be overwhelming to listen to your one, true voice ~ your intuition. Though there may be lots of ideas, options and decisions floating around in your head, your truth, or intuition, will ultimately be the most helpful guide. Check out my Wednesday Walk to hear more about why hearing your intuition matters.
I would love to hear from you. Have you had times in your life when you had a tough time hearing your intuition? What was it like when you filtered out all the different voices and listened to your truth? Please leave a comment on the blog so we can all learn from you.
On today’s ‘Wednesday Walk’, I share with you the importance of connecting with nature, on a daily basis. Since my move away from the beach and into a city, I realize and recognize that nature is actually everywhere and is accessible at all times ~ it is the air we breathe, the sun in the sky, the dirt in the earth, flowers blooming and birds singing. The way that I feel when I connect to nature is drastically different to how I feel when I don’t. Not only does nature ground me, but it really feels like the best kind of medicine that I truly can not live without. The importance of nature in our lives can not be understated! Check out my Wednesday Walk to hear more about why connecting to nature matters.
I would love to hear from you. How do you feel when you connect with nature? Do you feel different when you haven’t connected to nature in some time? What are some of your favorite places to connect with Mother Earth? Please leave a comment on the blog so we can all learn from you.
On today’s ‘Wednesday Walk’, I share about the importance of living life by design, and not by default. Since my move from San Diego to the San Francisco Bay Area, I have embraced the idea that I have a choice in how I live my life, that I don’t have to just go through the motions every day. From this, I have consciously chosen to live my life on purpose. While I realize that it may not be simple for many to just pick up and go on vacation as part of their design, I do know that we can live our life by design in small ways, every day. Check out my Wednesday Walk to learn more about how I feel I am living my life by choice and design.
I would love to hear from you. Are you living your life by default? If so, what inspires you to want live your life by design? Please leave a comment on the blog so we can all learn from you.
On today’s ‘Wednesday Walk’, I share with you a number of daily rituals that have been extremely helpful during my transitional move to the Bay Area. I have found that ritual is the practice that I can do anywhere and everywhere. It is what keeps me grounded, connected, and allows me to bring gratitude into my daily life. The first ritual that I do every morning upon rising, is to give heartfelt thanks for awaking another day. Starting my day in gratitude greatly shifts my daily experience. Check out my Wednesday Walk to learn more about my daily rituals and why they are important to have.
I would to hear from you. What are some of your daily rituals? Was it difficult to get into the groove of doing them every day? Please leave a comment on the blog so we can all learn from you.
On today’s ‘Wednesday Walk’, I open myself up to the wonderful saying that “Home is Where the Heart is”. As most of you know, I recently relocated to the San Francisco Bay Area. Before this move I had spent 6 years in San Diego, and 16 in New York City. My life has always felt balanced, grounded and rooted. While I am LOVING the Bay Area and I know that it is the best move I could have ever made, this transition certainly has me feeling ungrounded. As I explore the new city that will one day have my own home, I am filled with happiness and love … and I am reminded that despite not having a home of my own yet, home is where my heart is. Please enjoy my video blog to learn more about this process.
I’d love to hear from you. Have you experienced a big change that left you feeling uprooted? What were your methods for grounding yourself? How have you ever felt that home is where the heart is? Please share a comment on the blog so we can all learn from you.