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Do You Have a Tribe?

There’s been a lot of talk in spiritual, motivational, and even advertising circles about our tribes – how to create and nurture them, the importance of them, their characteristics, and on and on. Whether referring to friends, fans, or customers, the term “tribe” has all the earmarks of soon becoming a buzz word. Which is […]


Yamuna Zake – Proudly Unconventional

Yesterday we discussed Jacky O’Shaughnessy who, at 62, became a model for American Apparel and who, in her interviews, shares her own experience with body shame and eventual acceptance. Today, I bring you  Yamuna Zake, fitness guru extraordinaire, pioneer of Yamuna Body Rolling. Like Jacky, she is a tall, gray-haired goddess-of-a-woman who is unapologetic about […]


Showing Up

While last week’s watchwords were Endurance and Calmness, the word that consistently comes up for me the past few days is Show Up.  This is such an interesting concept. For me, it means that I have to show up for myself. Now that should be easy, right? But it isn’t. It’s much easier to set […]


Day What?!

Gosh, I’ve been at this for more than 3 weeks now and I still have SOOOOOO much to learn. I am reading a book on pro-blogging and it gives excellent advice (along with the outstanding articles on their websites) about how to create good, solid, well-read, money-making blogs.  But with so little time to spend […]


Do the Opinions of Others Matter?

This morning I was wrestling with a question of whether to electronically disconnect from someone. Yes, no, yes, no – I chewed on the question for awhile as I folded laundry. And while I was chewing on the question I realized that I would choose “yes” rather than “no” for a surprising reason. Wrestling with […]