What’s Love Got to Do with It?

Three Reasons to Consider What You Believe

I’d been thinking about love for several months. So, back in September, a theme caught my eye: “Love wins.” That phrase appeared in one meme after another on 9/11. Love wins. I found myself wondering what that really means. Has love won since 9/11? What kind of love does it take to win? How does […]

Woman sitting on the beach drawing a heart in the sand, love

Habit vs. Achievement Goal

Three Questions to Help You Choose

What the most popular activity at the beginning of a new year? For many of us, it’s watching the ball drop or attending a party. However, after New Year’s Eve parties, then come New Year’s resolutions and setting goals. As I’m writing this, it’s the second week of January. So, statistics say that about a […]

The Gifts of Imperfection – Week 2

Personally, I was excited to get to this week’s material. Finally, the guidepost chapters. A to-do list! Some ways to actually fix the problem of perfectionism! But that reaction was ironic… The Things That Get in the Way Brené wrote in “The Things That Get in the Way” chapter that she’s “not about the ‘how-to’”. […]

What to Say to People Who Are Grieving

My mom was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s more than 5 years ago. Watching her gradual decline has been an extremely painful experience. As I’ve had to cope with my own grief, I’ve thought a lot about how to respond to people who are grieving. I thought about it after my uncle died of cancer, when I […]

January Book of the Month

Hey, friends! I am happy to announce our winner…. The Gifts of Imperfection by Brené Brown is our January Book of the Month! I’ve read this book before. However, I’m thrilled to reread it, engage in the material more, and share it with you! Personally, I’ve found myself fighting a lingering belief that feeling bad […]

The Rock Star Life Book Club

Over the last several years, I’ve realized the importance of spending time learning. Personally, a lot of that learning comes from reading. I love the opportunity to learn from those wiser than me, to absorb the material, and to put it into practice to change my life. If you share that belief and would like […]

The Week’s Highlights: Tim Ferriss and Rebecca Solnit

Back in high school, conversations with my best friend would frequently start, “OMG, Jennie!  You have to read…”  As she would tell you, I said that way too often for anyone to keep up!  These days, I’m constantly discovering new books, podcasts, and blog posts.  I find that it’s still a passion of mine to […]

Three Reasons You Need a “Not To-Do” List

Over the years, I’ve intentionally become more organized. I keep careful track of my appointments. I schedule my tasks. I have a daily “to-do” list, and I am always looking for ways to get more done. However, it was only recently that I created my first “NOT to-do” list. That list almost immediately became my […]

How You’re Accidentally Contributing to Anorexia

In the last couple of years, I’ve started following a number of different people in the fitness industry. I find it inspiring to see their pictures and read their Facebook posts. However, last year, during the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, I was surprised and disappointed to find that numerous people posted disparaging comments about the […]