Category Archives: Connection

Happy Valentines Day …


Loving each other is the best part of life.

Open your heart. A little something to think about…

Rumi Open

Today is not just another day.

Breath this in.  Fall in love with all the amazing beauty that this life brings.  Gratitude helps you make everyday a really good day.  


Namasté. A little something to think about..


The information superhighway overwhelm

Albert Schweitzer

Diluting yourself and your relationships trying to keep up with it all is not the answer.

A couple of years ago I barely knew Facebook existed.  I would remember to check-in once or twice a month when it was a good month.  Most of the time, I checked because someone said “I sent you a message on FB didn’t you see it”.  I would fumble my way over to Facebook and try desperately to remember my password.  That’s how ‘bad’ or ‘good’ I was.

Now I am completely fused to the information superhighway.  It’s Non Stop.

Why the shift from rarely to always?

I promise you it wasn’t my intention, but slowly and surely I was pulled in.  I live overseas and It become a fabulous way to stay in touch with friends and family back home and around the globe.  I’m also a business owner and social media is an extraordinary tool to keep up virtually with my colleagues and clients.

So what’s the big deal? Continue reading



Anam Cara has to do with CONNECTION, the most sacred kind of connection to be more precise.

Let me clarify what I mean by connection. This definition by Brene’ Brown is a favorite of mine.
“Connection is the energy that exists between people when they feel seen, heard, and valued; when they can give and receive without judgment; and when they derive sustenance and strength from the relationship.”  

It seems we have less and less of it present in our lives. Many if not most of the clients I see struggle with some aspect of connection.  This capacity and willingness to connect takes effort, courage, and compassion. It is also a key ingredient to leading a happier more meaningful life. Continue reading