A Fresh Take on Resolutions

What if we’ve been doing resolutions wrong all these years? And since many of us don’t achieve our resolutions—often feeling defeated before we even start,...

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A Gift of Trust

Heather, we trust you, we just don’t trust the situation. I heard this often as a teenager in my high school years. I didn’t like it because it didn’t...

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Sleeping Your Way to Lightness

I remember the first time I pulled an all-nighter. It was over two decades ago and I was in college studying for a stats test. There were multiple libraries to choose from at...

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5 Ways to Live Light

Life has not always been light for me. Before I set out on my own to become a coach, the one constant at the five companies I worked at for over a 20-year period was drama. And...

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Choosing Option B

Welcome to the season of candy corn and pumpkins. The weeks leading up to the new year with its new resolutions are a tough time for many—do we spontaneously splurge and...

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A New Meal Plan

Decades ago, with good intentions, my parents signed me up for the biggest college meal plan available. I was about to start my second year of school, and I was going to live in...

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A Widened Perspective

On a brisk Colorado morning, about a week ago, my 10-year-old noticed that my husband Randy had loaded our mountain bikes on the car. 

“Are you two going on a date...

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How to Stop Overcomplicating Things

We overcomplicate things. It’s not just you or me, I see this happening everywhere. As humans we're drawn to the drama of an unmade decision just like the honey bees are...

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