In The Meantime

In The Meantime

In The Meantime I've got a couple of clients who are in transition right now, and their biggest struggle is The Meantime. Can you relate?  There's always something that is changing in your world, isn't there? And the most challenging aspect of change is what to do in the meantime. By most standards, waiting sucks. You feel out of control, your spirit diminishes and you may even get a little depressed. The flip to 'hunky dory' may be a stretch at first.... would you settle for 'OK'? RESETs: You feel the windup..... you know you're going to that place - what do you do?!  Here are a few RESETs for you to practice to keep you out of a downward spiral:  Be Graceful - a lot of times when you're in the meantime, you have a little tendency to get out of sorts, don't you?  Taking a moment to switch into your higher power will keep you in a state of grace and good standing. ...
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Celebrate, Share Warmth & Hydrate This Season

Celebrate, Share Warmth & Hydrate This Season

Relieve Stress This Holiday Season With 12 Days Of Fitmas - Part 1 Are you getting bogged down with the hustle & bustle of the Holidays? Give yourself a time out with the 12 Days of Fitmas! We may practice different beliefs, but we all believe in the same thing - Love. With Love, you find Peace. With Peace, you find Freedom. Freedom to live fully as you are meant to be - in sync with your feelings, your bodies, your thoughts, your connection to ourselves and others. This holiday season, take a break from shopping, baking, obligatory visiting, parties & wracking your brain for the perfect gift, and join me to put a few moments of nourishment, renewal and love into your day. This season, find the purity, magic and wonder of the Holidays with 12 Inspirations for you to experience expansion in your body, your mind, your spirit. Part 1 Inspiration Words: Celebrate, Warmth, Hydrate   Celebrate Find the things that turn you on…. about...
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Beat The Holiday Blues

Beat The Holiday Blues

Beat The Holiday Blues “The Holiday Blues” is a condition that begins around the Thanksgiving holiday, causing stress and anxiety throughout the winter and until after New Year’s. Even for people who don't regularly suffer from depression or anxiety, the idea of entering a crowded room and chatting up co-workers or strangers at a party, exchanging gifts with friends or colleagues, traveling from home, or attending large family gatherings are all triggers. The National Alliance on Mental Illness reports that over 40 million people, 18 yrs old and up, suffer from anxiety or depression. During the holidays, the numbers go up, and include people who aren't normally affected. As a trained medical intuitive, coach and former fitness trainer, it's a subject I'm very familiar with. Many of my clients experience an increase of old aches, pains and headaches. Obligations to work and house parties cause anxiety as they feel extra stress, which then turns quickly into shut-down. They begin to decline invitations or...
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Get Off The Floor

Get Off The Floor

Become a subscriber to Rock Your Life 365, click here   Get Off The Floor Get Off The Floor What do you do when everything in your heart, head & body are screaming 'NO!!' It happens. It can be because of depression, inactivity, stress, or just because it's the end of the day and you're tired. It's real, and you have to acknowledge how you feel. Each of those states comes with a different energy, mentality and struggle. Is there a way to turn that energy around? YES! Depression is no joke, I've been there. So is dealing with pain, starting to exercise and being tired. I'm sure you can relate to being stressed or just being tired at the end of your day. So... how do you get off the floor?! You make a decision. It's that simple. If your decision is to stay on the floor or dive under the covers, be comfortable with that decision. It wouldn't be one I'd...
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Becoming A Better Person

Becoming A Better Person

Twelve years ago, I made a commitment to myself to become a better person.   That decision came in the aftermath of my sister Lisa's death in the Station Night Club Fire.  After being in RI for 5 weeks after the tragic event, I was ready to come back to my life in Los Angeles.  It was time to return to my home and continue my life.  Very much in shock, and feeling a pull to go under, I knew that decision would give me focus... even though I didn't know what it meant. Everyone has those moments they want to give up. When life has just toppled you over once again, and the weeble isn't wobbling. It's got too many nicks in its bottom, it's become uneven. It slants a little, and when you push it, it falls over.  Every time I got pushed over, I got closer to the edge.  Fueled by severe depression, survivors' guilt and PTS, for a while,...
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