Acceptance and Change in Relationships

Relationships are about a lot of things: love, companionship, friendship, intimacy. When you ask a group of people for relationship advice, you’ll usually get as many different answers as there are people in that group. Often, that advice ends up contradicting itself. One person will say one thing, and another will say the exact opposite. Keep Reading

10 Things Moms Should Do Every Day to Be Happy

When you’re a busy mom, sometimes it feels like you’re just running from one thing to another to get through the day. It’s important to do things for you, however, so you don’t end up burnt out, overwhelmed, and exhausted. Wouldn’t you love to be a happier mom? Of course, adding more things to your Keep Reading

Meditation: Good For Your Self-Esteem, Confidence, and More

Like most meditation teachers, I had a regular personal meditation practice for several years before I became a teacher. The truth is I don’t remember exactly what prompted me to sit down and meditate that first time, but I do know what kept me doing it: the difference it made for me. After two really Keep Reading

The New Parent’s Guide to Surviving the Holidays

It’s that time of year. Thanksgiving is on the way, followed quickly by Christmas and New Year’s. It’s a fun and exciting time, particularly for new parents who are excited to share these firsts with their new child. But it can also be a frustrating and stressful time, as family and work commitments make demands Keep Reading

Relationships 101: Do You Know What You Really Want?

Successful, happy relationships require that both people know and understand what they want out of the relationship. Without that knowledge, you run the risk of being in a relationship with someone who doesn’t want the same thing you do, a relationship that stagnates and goes nowhere, or one in which both partners are trying to Keep Reading

Why Would You Want to Work With a Meditation Teacher?

I recently announced that I had finished my training and become a meditation teacher. Most of my friends and family were happy and supportive, but I did get a few questions. The most common was: With so many blogs, websites, and apps that can help you meditate, why would I want to pay a teacher Keep Reading