I wanted to write about being kinder to others to remind myself and others because so many of us carry around personal baggage on a daily basis that affects our moods and impacts our interactions with others. And while we don’t have control over what others do, we do have control over our own actions,
Every now and then I find myself needing some extra inspirational advice, especially during the pandemic. What makes me an expert in this area? Well I’ve been through a lot personally and professionally and learned some lessons that may help you too. I wanted to share with you a list of inspirational and motivational actions …
If I’ve learned anything over the past year, it’s that nothing in life is certain. Plans and life can go awry for reasons out of your control, people change and you just have to go with it and make the best of it.
My life was completely different a year ago. I was in an in-house marketer. I had a lot of friends. I thought I had finally found “the one,” and we had recently moved in together. I had the best dog in the world. I was settled and content (or so I thought). I never imagined I would be where I am today.
But things happen, people change, business needs change, people and pets pass away, a pandemic can happen- nothing is certain. Just look at the world in which we live right now. I had to go with the flow. I had to stop knocking on doors that weren’t meant for me. I had to hit the reset button on my life. I had to lean on others for support. And most of all, I had to harness the power of my intuition to lead me to a better life.
As many of you know my beloved French bulldog Charlie passed away a couple of weeks ago at the age of nine. It’s been a tough year for me.
During the quarantine, I spent a lot of time in my apartment in Manhattan, which never quite felt like home because I had to make a…
Some of you know the uncomfortable feeling when you’re suddenly left out of meetings, projects or email chains.
Or someone new is hired and some of your responsibilities are shifted over to them without your knowledge.
Or you go on vacation and when you return some of your projects have been permanently transitioned to …
I don’t usually post about my personal life on the blog, but I wanted to share a post I wrote about how to cope with grief and find happiness when you’re facing a devastating loss.
I lost my dog over the weekend and this article I wrote after my mom passed away is helping…
I don’t know anyone who wouldn’t like to find more happiness in their daily lives.
Self care is so important, especially now. A wise friend of mine told me that sometimes happiness is a choice you need to make and that it won’t always come easy. We still need to try. Here are some ideas that I hope inspire you on adding more happiness to your life.
When it comes to content, being sensitive to current market conditions and disseminating content and programs that are designed to inform your clients and help them navigate this unprecedented time should be your only guiding principle.
Here are a few things not to do right now during the pandemic when it comes to content and…
Today is Mother’s Day, a difficult day for me and many other people who no longer have a mom. But I’m not going to do a post about how much I miss my mom and how I’m sad. Instead I’m going to celebrate her.
My mom was the strongest person I’ve ever met. I’ve never …
My mentor has always reminded me that happiness is a choice available to each of us and is crucial for our well being. She also told me that it’s okay to not be okay all of the time.
After the recent ending of a relationship, she again said to me, “I know you’re sad now, but you can to choose to be happy.”
You can be stuck feeling bad during bad times or you can choose to make hardships and the worst times of your life teaching moments and turn them into something positive. You’d be surprised just how resilient each of us are if we just believe it.
Also, happiness comes easier to some people and others must choose to be happy at certain points in our lives in order to turn the tide around or just to carry on and not to fall into a dark hole of despair.
I’m about to share a personal story in the hopes that it helps others. Not everyone shares what’s going on with them personally with professional colleagues, but I want others to know that life is messy and no one is perfect – especially me, and so many of us are struggling with personal crises and it’s a miracle we are so high functioning. It’s about time we got real and stop making it seem like everything is fine when it’s not. …
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