Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and it got me to thinking about how important it is to really nurture your most important relationship: the one you have with yourself!
As a lifestyle editor, I talk a lot about fulfilling dreams. What I know about the subject I learned first-hand because for years I didn’t pursue any of my own dreams.
I’m a mom of three and I work from home, so jeans and a t-shirt is my uniform. The few designer clothes I own see the light of day so seldom that I tend to forget I have them.
If you follow this blog and read my "Cross Talk" column in SHAPE magazine, you know that I completely transformed my life by listing.
The first time I ran with a trainer, she stopped once in a while to ask me how I was doing.
Almost everyone has a friend who isn’t happy unless she’s miserable—a Debbie Downer. And she could be bringing you down too.
Although people often tell me that I’m lucky, I don’t believe in luck.
When my kids were little, convincing them to do things they didn’t like was a real challenge. I found that putting a positive spin on the situation usually did the trick, though.
Last month my 16-year-old son told me he was thinking about trying out for his high school soccer team. The thing is, he doesn’t play soccer.
Do you have a minute? How about 15 minutes? If you do, then you have all the time you need to accomplish something really huge.