Within two days, Paul and Sue were professing their love to me. Paul wrote me a check, my first bonus, $300 for a job well done.Read More
It took me quite a while to step into my power and pride of having a naturally big, round butt.Read More
In a world where we are rarely disconnected from our devices, one way to boost ourselves is through our podcast subscriptions.Read More
I need my brain to be ON. Since I’m the one who lifts the fork to my mouth, I am the one to decide. Not my coach or my trainer.
Why not start now? Why not, indeed?Read More
Did I pass or fail the Series 7 General Securities Representative Exam…?
I sat for a good 10 minutes with my head in my hands, not wanting to see my score on the screen. Not wanting to know my fate.
Besides the months of intense studying, another thing I had in my favor was that I hadn’t put any junk in my body the past 10 days. I wanted my brain as sharp as possible for this test.Read More
is going to ask if I want a green drink every day;
is going to ask if I want to go to the gym every day;
is going to ask me if I want to do yoga / meditate / clean my chakras every day.
I could really run with this…Read More
Fill the plate.
Drizzle with extra virgin olive oil.
In her TEDx SugarLand talk, my friend Leslie brilliantly explains that voluntary disruption starts inside as a dream.
She discusses why this may actually be a path to growth.
And I couldn’t agree more, so I’m about to break apart my life!Read More
“Welcome to wonderland,” said a man inside the store who saw me standing, looking around in awe, still not moving from my spot just inside the door.
“I should put a camera to take pictures of people when they walk in and react like that,” said Carrie.Read More
Don’t force it. Don’t feel that you have to perfect it on day 1 - or ever. Some days, my meditations provide a high definition, Technicolor extravaganza of sights, sounds, and powerful guidance in the divine world. Other days, I’m trudging through fog.
But I keep trying.Read More
Listen to the answer that comes as fast as lightning -- far faster than you could have thought it up. The speed of the answers and the clarity of the words is how you know your Intuition is speaking to you. It’s your Soul, God, Angels, Ancestors, and other Spirits sharing guidance that can help you.
Write it all down.
Allow it to pour through you.Read More
The stones were heart-shaped. One that was jade green with some bluish streaks, drew my attention. I pulled it from the bag and felt an electric jolt through my whole body.
Tears filled my eyes.
“Why am I crying over a rock?”Read More
How will I make my green drinks amidst all the other people preparing breakfast? Will there be space in the fridge for my kale, spinach, and jalapeños?
Will everyone think I’m weird?Read More
Catherine and I dined around the world during our Two Sisters Summit in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Italian, Mexican, and South Indian…!Read More
My advice: find a business coach whose mission and method synch with your core values, personality, and business objectives.
Our coach has rock-solid business and financial experience and she masterfully merges her proficiencies with her deeply spiritual practices. Her methods are in perfect alignment with our beliefs.
Your coach can boost your business because it helps you hone your best YOU.Read More
When I write super sexy erotica in books like Ten Men and Husbands, Incorporated, I am Sasha Maxwell.
She’s my alter ego who frees me to express what I’m thinking and feeling (and sometimes doing — ssshhh) in ways that are beyond what I typically present to the world as Elizabeth Ann Atkins.Read More
What if Aretha Franklin had been too afraid to share her beautiful gift, and kept it quiet, depriving us the joy of her music creating a soundtrack for our lives?
The passing of the Queen of Soul this week is reminder of what my sister Catherine and I are always saying: share your gifts before it’s too late!Read More
Herman Williams, MD, created The Kindness Scale in his recently released memoir. Performing CPR on someone or donating an organ are the highest levels of kindness. A smile or an acknowledgment nod to a stranger are the most basic acts.
Herman lived to tell what others’ acts of kindness mean to him — twice.Read More
Flourless chocolate cake with raspberries and creme fraiche, anyone?
None of the places I visited during my three-day chocolate craving offered it on their menus, and that just jacked my jones up to an obsession.
I just had to have some chocolate! I was calling every bakery and restaurant around town that might have it.
None did.Read More
Writing is hard.
It takes hours, days, months, sometimes years, to complete a book. It requires intensive research, oftentimes at archives, libraries, and even out-of-town trips. It demands tremendous focus, concentration, and discipline.Read More