Change Your “Have To” to “Get To”

Hello, dear readers! I’ve been really chomping at the bit to get back to writing.  To find the time, I chose to cut out some extracurricular activities, and now I plan to check in on the regular. One thing I’ve been wanting to share with you is this idea of changing our “have to’s” toContinue reading “Change Your “Have To” to “Get To””

Promise

I was digging through some old docs in my computer and found one titled “A Promise to Myself.”  What the heck would that be?  I opened it and was blessed by the words.  I obviously read this somewhere and loved it so much the first time that I copied it and saved it.  But, IContinue reading “Promise”

20 Years to Heal

Next month, May, is dedicated to Mental Health Awareness.  Prince Harry gave an interview recently in which he spoke of how he is just now dealing with grief over the death of his mom, Princess Diana, in 1997, and has encouraged others to speak up and seek help when needed.  I’d like to share with you myContinue reading “20 Years to Heal”

Love; Me

“And if I asked you to name all the things that you love, how long would it take for you to name yourself?” I turned 39 yesterday, November 9th.  I have a lot of interest in these transitional years, even a bit more than the decade changes.  This is the last year of my 30s,Continue reading “Love; Me”

To the Hills

I wrote this article recently for a local online magazine called Forest Living California.  At first, I envisioned it being more of a travel piece, reporting on a local town near me.  But, it turned out to be more in my typical writing style, creative, reflective.  You can check out the online version here, withContinue reading “To the Hills”

Two Lives

“Tyler changed my life.  He showed me the magic and the beauty within the most unexpected things.  He gave me strength just by holding my hand.  He gave me purpose and a sense of calm.”   – Catrina Simbe I recently went to a fundraising dinner.  It was for a foundation called Tyler’s Grace, createdContinue reading “Two Lives”