Stress Less in Your Life and Work

Posted on March 11, 2015

  Welcome to our March Blog Hop! This month we want to help you experience success in your business or life by featuring articles, how-to’s and resources that have helped each consultant, blogger and business owner on the hop in their own lives and businesses. Get ready to be inspired for a fabulous year ahead of(read more)

Blog Hop: 3 Must-Have Mindfulness Skills for Success in the New Year

Posted on January 14, 2015

  Welcome to our very first Blog Hop for 2015! This month we want to help you start the year off with a fresh start featuring articles, how-to’s and resources that have helped each consultant, blogger and business owner on the hop in their own lives and businesses. Get ready to be inspired for a(read more)

Hurry! Save On Gifts That Improve Lives

Posted on December 8, 2014

.I hope you are making sure to slow down and enjoy the holiday season. Al’s kids and grandchildren and my daughter and her husband shared Thanksgiving with us. I loved having them all together This has been a happy and busy year for me. As you know my sweetheart, Al, asked me to marry him(read more)

Why We Should Teach Mindfulness to Kids

Posted on November 24, 2014

Why should we teach mindfulness skills to kids? Mindfulness can directly improve the lives of kids in significant ways.  Some of the benefits suggested by the latest research include: Increased emotional regulation Increased social skills Increased ability to orient attention Increased working memory and planning and organization Increased self esteem Increased sense of calmness, relaxation,(read more)

4 Ways to Focus Your Concentration

Posted on November 10, 2014

We live in a very distracting world with so many things vying for our attention all at the same time.  We often wear many hats: parent, caregiver for our parent, spouse, employee, entrepreneur and more.  Between our many commitments and the demands of our work, home life, and social life we may find it difficult(read more)

5 Ways to Reduce Stress at Work

Posted on October 27, 2014

Work is one of the biggest contributors to overall stress.  Over 65% of Americans cited work as a top source of stress in a 2012 study. According to the American Psychological Association, common workplace stressors include: Low salaries. Excessive workloads. Few opportunities for growth or advancement. Work that isn’t engaging or challenging. Lack of social(read more)

6 Secrets to Navigating Your Path to Success

Posted on October 13, 2014

Recently I hiked up to the top of a small mountain following a steep trail through the forest.  The loose rocks and the unevenness and steepness of the trail made the going tough.  When I stopped moving to figure out where to place my next step I discovered that it was harder to get going(read more)