I was listening to a Lex Fridman podcast last night. In his long-form chat with neuroscientist Andrew Huberman, I felt so inspired. Listen more here… As I talked about yesterday, we are all on our own journey of self-discovery. However it is important to realize that we all have the capacity for feelings, behaviors andContinue reading “THE COURAGE OF IF”


Our energies are often focused on communication with others and listening, that we forget the most important person: ourselves. Sending a little Tuesday love your way via audio…or you can read on… Why do we sometimes let the ugliest parts of ourselves – , selfishness, insecurities take center stage through judgement and criticism of others?Continue reading “TUESDAY LOVE: ITS ABOUT ME”

Amor Fati

My best friend told me I should read the book, “The Obstacle is the Way.” I chose the audio version and LOVED it. The life I live is chock full of adversity and obstacles but over the past couple of years, I have chosen to think differently about it. Stress doesn’t have to be stressful.Continue reading “Amor Fati”


I will be follow this audio note with a written companion piece. We have all suffered loss. It seems as if there is an abundance of grief, mourning, stress, anxiety – emotions that make us feel stuck. Yet, we find ourselves “searching” for the emotions that can propel us forward, for contentment and opportunity. TheContinue reading “GENEROSITY OF GRIEF”


This audio note is a bit long but I would like to thing its a message we all need to hear. We spend so much time living up to other people expectations – not just in work but also in our personal lives. What happens when we make a decision for ourselves that are notContinue reading “MORNING LOVE: BENEFIT OF THE DOUBT”


I know it sounds cliche but as someone who hasn’t had a real Valentine in over 15 years, I can honestly say that this “manaufactured holiday”, in my research is not made up at all. In fact, it is quite inspiring. From Your Valentine St. Valentine was a Roman doctor who also was a PriestContinue reading “A STORY OF LOVE”

The Older the Better

Sorry to you young women and men. Well, sorry not sorry, right? lol The older I get the more I excited I get. My passion overflows. There is so much to appreciate with age, not just because I am older but because the emotional maturity and intelligence to ground me. The experiences curated are deliberate,Continue reading “The Older the Better”

Don’t Give it a Hand, Offer it a Soul..

It’s Christmas Eve.  This Holiday season is testing my faith.  Of course, we are all tested at different points in our lives.  Our character.  Our integrity.  We are not infallible. People say they forgive but they harbor that negative emotion in a different part of themselves.  A place deep enough that they don’t have toContinue reading “Don’t Give it a Hand, Offer it a Soul..”

Remembering My Grandmother

I don’t expect this to be a popular post but its Mother’s Day.  My grandmother was an amazing lady.   I can’t tell you how many summers I spent with her as a kid in Seaside Park, NJ.  She was a sharp dresser, always perfectly dressed for the occasion including accessories and loved to spoilContinue reading “Remembering My Grandmother”

A Holy Week Note

My faith is a big part of who I am.    Being close to God and being passionate about my faith has enhanced and enriched my life in so many ways.  When you put your faith in something bigger than you, something perfect, representing pure love, openness and humility, there is different level of consciousnessContinue reading “A Holy Week Note”