Happy spring! Even though it is lightly snowing outside at the moment, last night marked the vernal equinox—the time when light and dark are equal lengths—signifying the start of spring. I attended a celebration and ceremony to honor the day. The beautiful experience with a small group of loving women reminded me of some very … More Celebrating Vernal Equinox
This past week I attended Fabienne Fredrickson’s Mindset Retreat in Ft Lauderdale, FL. The event was part of her yearlong Boldheart Academy program that is designed to help small businesses and entrepreneurs grow their businesses. The Mindset Retreat was focused not just on work but on all facets of life and how to conquer limiting … More Dancing Among Angels On Earth
It might seem obvious to anyone who reads any or all of my blogs that I love to write. But actually, I have been a bit slow to realize just how much writing means to me. A few weeks ago I went to a two-day meeting of my entrepreneur school. One of my favorite parts … More Discovering My Passion For Writing
Although it is easy to wax poetically and over-romanticize one’s childhood while looking back decades, my childhood days really were glorious. I lived in a tiny town of about 1000 people located in one square mile of New Jersey, very much in farmland. Roosevelt is located in central Jersey where relatively large areas of undeveloped … More A Nature Child Of The 60s In Small-Town USA
Sandy Weiner of lastfirstdate.com invited me to her blog talk radio show, Courageous Conversations. We discussed my career path and what I have learned about creating intimacy in all types of relationships while working with engaged couples and as an executive in the corporate world. To listen to the interview, click here.
I do not have any spaces in my house that I consider to be altars, so last year while training for my celebrant work and altars very much on my mind, I contemplated creating a space where my Kuan Yin would sit peacefully. Kuan Yin, the Bodhisattva associated with compassion, is an antique brass piece … More Creating an altar for sustenance
My husband Andy and I created a labyrinth on our wooded property. Or as my husband says, we uncovered it much like Michelangelo removes bits and pieces from a large piece of marble to reveal a sculpture. Here is the story. I have been very fortunate to have labyrinths come into my life about ten … More Revealing the labyrinth on our land
Although it is only just on the precipice of fall, I was reminded of the ritual experience of fall sports this week. On a lark Andy asked me if that evening I wanted to go see the Hudson Valley Renegades, our local Class “A” baseball team. It turned out that they were battling for the … More The ritual of fall sports