Posts By: mary-admin

The Art of Surrendering to What Is

Oh my goodness!  It’s been a good 3 months since my last official “newsletter” or article to you.  I’m a little embarrassed because I don’t like to let this much time go between personal communications.  Simultaneously, I’m surrendered to “what is” because dwelling in guilt and turmoil doesn’t serve me or anyone.  Sometimes life is… Read more »

Awakening: One Way To Remember Who You Are

Holy moly guacamole!  The past several weeks have been intense and transformative on so many levels.  Some of you already know it wasn’t typical mother of twins challenges.  I’ll share more details about “what happened” in my next post, if you don’t know what I’m referring to.  Today’s topic is about one of the elements… Read more »

Spiritual Awakening: Ecstatic Moments of Integration

Have you ever suffered with a migraine headache?  If so, you know the ecstasy that arises when the gripping pain relinquishes control.  In the absence of suffering is an exhilarated sense of aliveness, joy and peace.  It’s pretty ecstatic! No, I haven’t been suffering with migraines.  I was just looking for a good metaphor to… Read more »

Best Life: Do little choices really matter?

Do little choices really matter in creating your best life? Absolutely! Most people are familiar with the compounding effect of money, as it’s key to the long-term accumulation of wealth.  Saving a few hundred dollars each month grows into tens of thousands over time.  The principles of compounding also apply in every choice and every… Read more »

Inner Peace: 7 Keys to Beginning Again

Can you believe it’s already February?!  Where did January go?  Poof! Life here is FULL.  How about you?  Personally, I’m in the middle of a website redesign, dusting off and fine-tuning my business focus, and we just spent 10 days in North Carolina with family.  You’d think I’d be rejuvenated after “time away,” but let’s… Read more »

Thoughts – Our Greatest Addiction?!

Every thought we think creates a biochemical 

response in our bodies. These reactions vary from negligible to intense. 

Science has known this for some time. If we think about food, our saliva 

glands may be stimulated. When we think of the person that irritates us 

most, our bodies constrict and tense up. When we reflect… Read more »

The Hidden Key to Realizing Your Goals

Later this week, we’re flying to North Carolina to visit my father. It’ll be our babies first flight.  Gulp.We’ve already got little gift bags for our seat mates  alerting them that this is the twins first flight and “thanking them in advance for their patience and support.”  Fingers crossed! How many times do you set… Read more »