Entries by L S

Family History: They Were Story Changers!

Tomorrow is Family History Day. The day honors the busiest day ever recorded at Ellis Island. April 17, 1907 was a milestone date, with 11,747 immigrants passing through towards their dream of making a new start in America.  Family History in Context Ellis Island is a symbolic place to many Americans, primarily those whose ancestors […]

Transitions are Trying — 5 Tips for Letting Go

If there’s one theme that’s followed all of my professional career, it’s this — transitions are trying. Why Transitions are Trying In reality, the best use of change management skills were surprisingly — or not so surprisingly — during the 15 years I worked as a real estate agent. Change stinks! What I witnessed first-hand […]

Roll Into a New Year – Together with Your BFFs!

You know what we all need to close out this crazy year? Supportive time with the friends we miss the most! This virus may have created barriers and challenges, but we can still create connections. And take steps together to help with healing and hope in the year ahead. Gather your friends to explore three […]

Self-Care This Holiday Season — Yes, Please!

Self-care is more important than ever right now. Had the honor of talking with Leah Hope from ABC7 News last week about tips for self-care this holiday season. From ABC7 News: How to self-care, improve mental health amid pandemic holiday The video and transcript article includes some great advice on different options for self-care. Dr. […]

Create a Giving Mindset: The Power of Your Journal This Holiday Season

I’m thrilled to be featured once again on the Insight Timer Blog with a special article about mindfulness this holiday season. Copy below or click to on their website. Create a Giving Mindset: The Power of Your Journal This Holiday Season The holiday season approaches, and it will be one like no other. Amidst a […]

Celebrate Loved Ones Past

Today and tomorrow in Mexico, people will not just honor, but celebrate their departed loved ones. The human heart grieves long after a loved one has passed, and the traditions of Día de Muertos create a beautify communal moment. Some of the traditions in Mexico include enjoying a loved one’s favorite foods, creating a memorial altar, […]