Tag Archives: balance

Is It Time to Get Your Groove Back?

OK, so I think it’s quite clear that I haven’t exactly been “back”, as I declared I would be in my post, ahem, a year ago?! Wow, not so proud of that. Of course, I’ve had my share of significant events in the past several years, some of which produced the highest of highs, and […]

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I’m Back! Here’s Where I’ve Been….

I can hardly believe it’s been almost 3 months since my last post! I’ve had good reason, don’t get me wrong, but I must be honest, it was REALLY hard to stop blogging after spending 20 months passionately devoted to growing my online presence. I know that I very likely took several steps back in […]

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Going the Extra Mile

The difference between people who live a life of excellence and those that live a life of mediocrity really lies in one critical distinction, and that is a willingness to always go the extra mile and exceed expectations. It’s simply not enough to just show up in life.  Yes, showing up is hugely important, (yet […]

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Achieve Balance ~ Achieve Prosperity

If you read my last blog post, you know that I’ve just moved with my husband and 3 year old son from San Francisco, CA to Austin, TX.  It was a move that we’d talked about for years, but it was hard to leave the beauty of the bay area and our amazing friends.  What […]

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My Adventure Going Unplugged

I like to think of myself as a fairly balanced person.  I take good care of my body, mind & spirit.  I prioritize well and am efficient and effective with my time.   I work hard (and smart!), play hard and definitely live life to the fullest. All that being said, somehow when a group of […]

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The Importance of Balance for Truly Radiant Health

One of my greatest passions is to inspire people to live abundantly healthy, vibrant lives.  I mean truly, radiant health in ALL aspects of life ~ physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and financial. The problem is that most people tend to treat these as isolated elements of their health, when example after example shows us that […]

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