How to Say No Nicely

There are a lot of things going on in the world right now. And some of us may feel the pressure that we need to do more. More to help others, more in our careers, more in our families, more in our homes…cook more, clean more, post more, work out more, heck, even Netflix more!

A lot of different people are doing a lot of different things, but that doesn’t mean that YOU have to.…

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100 Real Human Lessons Begins!

Dear Humans, I’m overjoyed (and admittedly nervous) to announce that for the next 100 days, I’ll be sharing #100realhumanlessons with you! 

As some of you may know, my biggest dream is to publish a memoir. I started writing it last year, but took a break because it was too painful for me then to revisit the death of my parents. At the same time, I wasn’t clear enough on my Why. 

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Compassion in Times of Uncertainty: Coronavirus Crisis

There’s a lot of uncertainty going on in the world right now.

The impact of the coronavirus has been bigger than most of us imagined. There have been huge impacts on how we live, and how we work. At the center are humans, people like you and me.

That’s why I wanted to share some thoughts and tips on compassion in times of uncertainty. Compassion for others and ourselves. ❤️

More than ever, compassion is needed.

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How to Make a Good Impression in Video Meetings

Many teams are currently being told to work from home. Are you one of them?

How you show up virtually matters, so I made a video to help. It’s full of tips for how to make a good impression in video meetings.

Much of my work life has been online for the past 4 years. I’ve been working remotely across many different countries and time zones as a marketing comms consultant and transformational coach.

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How to Hold Space & Better Support Your Loved Ones

Often times when people are going through hard times, we try to be there for them. However, sometimes we mean well but aren’t able to hold space and listen without judgment.

As a Transformational Coach, one of the most significant things I’ve learned in my coaching training is how to hold space and truly support others while keeping the focus on them.

I saw first hand the need for compassionate support when my ceiling collapsed in our old apartment and we were suddenly homeless.

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How to Kick Ass With an Accountability Partner

Steps you need to accomplish your #goals with the help of a friend 

A little over a year ago, my friend and I gave birth. Not to a tiny human, but to a special kind of relationship that would radically transform both our lives.

And so our Accountability Partnership was born.

It all began with a Facebook post where I mentioned feeling stuck. After my mom died I had trouble writing and really wanted to get out of a funk.…

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First Aid For Someone Who Has Lost a Parent

It’s the life-changing event that no one can ever prepare for. The news that no one wants to ever receive. How could the person who gave you life no longer be alive? It doesn’t make sense. There must be a mistake. Maybe they’re just sleeping? It can’t be. You lose your breath.

Can’t believe. Can’t breathe. Won’t believe. Must breathe...

Your chest hurts so bad you feel like someone has mercilessly ripped your heart out.

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33 Lessons I’ve Learned in 33 Years of Living

Tomorrow is my birthday.

It’s my first birthday without my mom, the person who gave me life. We lost her last June after a seven-year journey with blood cancer. I miss my mom so much. We used to spend every birthday together and ever since her passing, I haven’t been able to write publicly. However, I believe that she would want me to so here I begin again.

Where to begin again?

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