March 4, 2019

Tips about The Value of Kindness at Work

“Getting paid” is the fulfillment of an employee/employer contract. The employee works; the employer pays. For some that is enough. However, we know that saying “thank you” or “great job” to someone is important. Recognition by a supervisor or a peer has a positive impact on both the person extending […]
March 4, 2019

Acknowledging the Kindness of Others

What happens when we acknowledge another’s kindness? What happens when we contemplate those acts or experiences for which we feel grateful?   We feel good!   We experience benefits to our health when we write a letter of gratitude to someone who helped us in our life.   Delivering that letter […]
February 1, 2019

Tips to Protect our Brain Health

At a recent conference about women’s health and the brain, the acronym, “MENSS,” was presented by Lynn Posluns, founder and president of Women’s Brain Health Initiative. Her mission is about reminding us the ways to PROTECT our brain health. Although we all know the importance of these elements, her acronym […]
November 30, 2018

Tips for Recalibrating After Physical Setbacks

“You’re not out of the woods yet.” said the doctor to the recovering patient. “You need to take things a bit slower for a while. Listen to your body; it will guide you to where you need to go.”   Being “in the woods” is an experience unlike any other. […]
November 30, 2018

Changing Your Attitude

I am learning so much as I enter this next decade of my life. I hope what I am learning will resonate with you. Healing requires time and patience. The healing path is not straight; there are unexpected obstacles and detours along the way. There are also incredible lessons to […]