It is a sad thing to lose yourself Buffeted about by the winds of change aimlessly drifting at the whim of the breath of earthly forces, unable to ground, detached from the core of life. Flow…go with the flow they say… Funny thing about life, so many people beg for a roadmap. Others rebel against … Continue reading Alignment
Between October 2015 and October 2016, my family and I made four major moves to New Mexico, Georgia, New York, and finally Colorado. I detail the story of our moves in my monthly column for Align Body & Soul magazine. You can click to read that story if you'd like to know the backstory to … Continue reading New Beginnings will Never Set You Free
written August 29, 2017 I am a hurricane and my eye sees what it can seize upon the sea, far beyond me. I am a hurricane, raw element, pure. Like a diamond from coal kicked up by the fire in my soul. I am a hurricane, intent upon destruction but not without intention. I am … Continue reading I Am a Hurricane
Hello Gold Millennials! On Monday we announced that we will be launching a Gold Millennial book club! Today we are excited to share the first book with everyone: Leaders Eat Last by Simon Sinek. Why Leaders Eat Last? As an avid Sinek follower, it only makes sense to talk about WHY this book is such … Continue reading Let’s Read Leaders Eat Last!
Knowing when it is the right time to write or not write, speak or stay silent, be with people or be alone, can be a lifelong lesson, and one we won't always "get right." There are long phases in my life where I retreat into myself. I am a social person, but I have those … Continue reading An Apology To My Friends
There is nothing like a job search to bring an ego down several notches. It's easy to start questioning your self worth. And as millennials, it is statistically likely that we'll be doing quite a bit of job searching here and there. Millennials have been stereotyped as being job hoppers, and while Gallup's polls are true … Continue reading The Emotional Roller Coaster of a Job Search
Many people have an anchor in their lives. Something that has been with them all their lives. Something that defines them and indelibly creates their identity. My husband José for example: if you were to ask me for one defining characteristic of his personality, it would be a no-brainer. He loves his family. He has … Continue reading The Anchors in Our Lives
One of the many common themes of my conversations revolve around worthiness. There is definitely an epidemic of low self-worth amongst Millennials, and personally I struggle with unworthiness every single day. We're all asking the same question: “Who am I and what is my purpose in life?” This has prompted deep reflections about examining the roots … Continue reading Shedding the Mask of Unworthiness