It is a gorgeous day here in the French Alps. I want to talk to you today about who you really are.
A prolonged pity party is not fun for anyone. Get sad. Get angry. Get disappointed. But get it out of your system and move forward with new focus.
I have learned just how critical it is to check in with myself daily and ask myself if all I am doing is in balance with you getting all I need to stay emotionally healthy. The formula: Ask and listen and follow inner guidance that will lead you back to TRUST.
Can you think of a recent time in your life when things didn't turn out the way you want them to? I'm sure you can.
The world of gaming as we know it is changing. Women are the new target market as gaming applications continue to expand into the mobile market -- cell phones and tablets. With this shift, companies are looking for talented artists to provide the visual creative component in these devices.
Do you ever struggle with making the right decision? Ever wonder if you are going after what you truly want? What happens when you get clo...
As a woman with a naturally high pitch (dear God, please don't tell me I sound like a sexy baby), I'm conscious of the fact that people do generally tend to pay less attention to female speakers.
Yesterday my parents left France after a visit and I woke up this morning feeling a little bit sad and more impacted than I thought I would. I was supposed to be in my office two hours ago working on a project, but I found myself dragging my feet this morning.
I got an Indie insight that I wanted to do this Timeless Evolution Tour. I felt deep down in my Indie and Intuition that I was supposed to do this.
I took Nora to the Stand With Texas Women rally on the capital steps here in Austin. Before I had children, I probably would have thought that such a place is nowhere for children. Some of you reading may feel that same way.
Using the news can help boost the visibility of your book, your platform and you! Themes run through your platform and book, whether it is fiction or...
"There's nothing wrong doing things for other people, it's a good thing, but I think you can lose yourself in it."
Big, showy gestures are fleeting. Consistent, day-to-day "doing" means more than a fabulous surprise party at the coolest place in town or Bulgari cufflinks ever could.
Here is how I handle my own singleness. I never give up on the quest for love because once you become sad and/or bitter, that's the energy you'll being giving off. It's akin to a skunk spray.
I know what some of you may say: Have a baby on your own; adopt; foster. And a few of you may say: Sorry, lady, you should have thought of that earlier. You're just too old. But I want to be a mother.
"I hear it all the time when I talk to other women. We want to make a difference and we want to do it all, but we can't -- or at least, I can't. ... For me, it is about balance as I want to be involved in a global movement like my work with Save The Children and I also want to make a difference close to home. "