What’s your message?

“My life is my message.” – Gandhi


The people you spend the most time with have a front row seat to the way you choose to live your life.

Every day they get to see the latest episode of the (insert your name) show.  What is it you show them? 

This has been a theme of a few conversations I’ve had recently. First, in the weekly mastermind call I have with my clients (as part of my group coaching program), we discussed the importance of scheduling your values instead of your busy work. 

In doing so you make sure the things that light you up get your time and attention. You also tell the world what you care about, what you stand for. 

In a mastermind I attend for my own growth, I was challenged to take greater responsibility for losing the 100 extra pounds I’m carrying around. I realized just how much I continue to sabotage myself regardless of the positive changes I have already made. 

The message I’m sending is a half-assed approach to improving my health. That isn’t the message I want to send nor is it the way I want to live my life. I committed to stepping up my game (I type while eating a salad), GO ME! 

You simply can’t expect good, lasting results without a complete commitment to creating what you want. 

What one thing are you half assing that you really need to step into?
What result will you experience by going the distance?
How can I support you in making it happen?

Getting things done when you don’t know how long it’ll take

Listen to this post … One of the challenges with time blindness is when you have a long to do list. It can be anxiety inducing because estimating how long it’ll take you is a shot in the dark. I don’t feel time passing unless I have a clock or clouds to watch, something that tells

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Nipping IMPULSIVITY in the bud!

Listen to this post … Not thinking before blurting out an embarrassing comment. Doing things that upset others as a matter of habit, only to regret them later. The seeming inability to learn from any of this is a hallmark of ADHD. I used to get in so much trouble because of this. The reason for impulsivity

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When a neurodivergent person seems controlling, they may just feel unsafe

Listen to this post … Saying someone has, “control issues” is often a misnomer. For neurodivergent folks its often an issue with anxiety. Feeling confused in a fast, noisy world demands you find something you can hold onto. Something to help you feel safe. It can be a collection, a routine, a mantra, a person whose word you

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Movement can be help you work through your emotions

Listen to this post … One of the best reasons to include movement breaks into your schedule is because movement plays an important role in relieving stress. Feeling trapped is a hallmark of a traumatic experience or an anxiety attack. Feeling like you can’t fight or flee. An example might be a child who is having severe

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Can you be a little mentally ill?

Listen to this post … Think of it this way.Say you gently poke your skin with a needle. You feel a slight pain. One that isn’t going to let up as long as the needle is there. But you could keep going if you had to. Though it would be hard.The needle is mental illness.Now

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There’s no such thing as a stupid question

Listen to this post … There is no such thing as a stupid question when you live with neurodiversity. I read an email from my son’s school this morning about registering him for classes for the next term. It listed the instructions on how to do it, but guess what happened? I began reading it

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