To celebrate my passage into this fourth decade, here's a list of 40 things I can do now that I couldn't do then.
There is something I hear a lot from women, and I want to share it with you today. It's often the thing that stops us cold from really going for o...
You know you when you get to that point in your life when you feel overwhelmed? It's true. We all get there. I still go there. We get into the spac...
This inner dialogue/self talk has the power to steer our lives in a positive, self improving or a catastrophic self defeating direction. For me at times it's like standing at a fork in the road.
Love a wild one. Let her bewitch you, entrance you, bedazzle you, seduce you, mesmerize you, enchant you, and let her free you.
Once this practice of celebration and gratitude becomes a habit, you project an infectious joy for living that will attract the world towards you. You will begin to believe that you are worthy of love bit by bit until it becomes natural.
There is a way to plan as a woman that doesn't involve over planning. You can allow yourself to create big movement in a way that allows the truth of who you are and what you desire to unfold.
I don't think "Thank you!" can truly express the gratitude that many of us often wish to express to those who are not in the business of treating cancer patients who give their hearts, time and love to those of us that have connected with the disease.
Sometimes when we are getting ready to move on or make a transition, we might begin to shut down and stop receiving the things in our life that we already have. We pull away before the move has even happened.
You know the voice inside of your head that sometimes says, "You're ready! You're ready for the next level of growth!" And then there's another voice that might say, "Why? Why do you need that? Why are you moving on?" Right now, I'm going through just that.
e're all different. Whether we want to admit that universal rule of nature or not. Genetics have this funny way of prevailing, despite our best efforts to override them.
I am back home in France after quite a bit of travel. We're getting ready for our next big adventure! (I'll be sharing more of that soon.) But toda...
We spent a incredible evening at a Cannes Film Festival after party and fashion show. When we got here, I was having a lot of FauxType issues come up. I wondered, 'Is this really OK? Is this really OK to live this way??!'
As I attempt to grow up, I'm realizing breakups don't happen overnight. And as all my ex-boyfriends can testify, clean breaks have never really been my thing. Though the movie is wrapped, my rapist and I will probably be breaking up forever.
If I could alter the roll of the genetic dice that gave me the BRCA1 mutation -- never experience agonies of fear waiting for biopsy results, not face the wrenching decision to give up my breasts and ovaries, endure 22 hours of surgeries, months of recovery and 60 inches of scars -- Would I?
"Find a way!!" This is a quote from Diana Nyad when she was interviewed by Oprah Winfrey about overcoming challenges to make her historic swim from Cu...