Care taking can be an overwhelming when we think about it as “one who gives physical and emotional support to others”. The question of how to find the balance of taking care of yourself and caring for a loved one […]Read More
It’s that time of the year when we’re all looking for ways to get organized and hopefully, stay organized. If you’re like me you’ve reviewed and used many different planners over the years and each year find that there’s still […]Read More
To clean up the “Messy” we’ll need to take a look at just where we spend our time. Each of us spends our time on the things that are important to us. The “messy” comes in when we say family […]Read More
In the early 80’s there was a perfume commercial that told us we could “bring home the bacon, fry it up in a pan . . . . . cause I am woman”. This became the theme song for most […]Read More
Last post we talked about resolving conflict within yourself and today I want to consider a solution for some of the more involved conflicts. A facilitator or mediator may need to be called in for those situations that are more […]Read More
Do you sometimes feel like you’re running a complaint department?
Are you always trying to settle arguments and disagreements in the workplace or at home?
Do you wish you had one day where you could have everyone get along – just one […]
In Stephen Covey’s book – 7 Habits for Highly Effective People – he suggests beginning with the end in mind, and he’s right, before we can decide how we want to live our life we need to look at what […]Read More
You’ve maneuvered through your new year resolution and have achieved 30 days of success. How does it feel?
Was it worth it?
How has this change made your life better?
What have you lost because of this change?
Do you really need whatever you […]
Over the last 2 weeks we’ve discussed the what, why, and how of new year resolutions. This means change. We’ve made a decision to make a difference in our lives and we’ve prepared for the adversity and challenges, we’ve made […]Read More
I’ve always said the longest journey is from the head to the heart. There is a ladder to success in change. Prochaska developed the theory on the stages of change as; precontemplation, contemplation, preparation, action, maintenance, and termination. Let’s put […]Read More