The 10 Most Likely Reasons You Haven’t Found Your Life Passion

Looking Under BedDepending on which survey you read and where you live, somewhere between 70-80% of people are just plain miserable with their jobs.

If you spend 8 or more hours a day on the job, that counts for more than half of your waking hours during which you are either actively unhappy or just sporadically… Continue Reading…

25 Ways To Create Your Personal New Year's Revolution

iStock_000006933404Small“The unexamined life is not worth living.” ~Socrates

Most New Year’s resolutions fail.

You probably know this if you’ve ever made one and attempted to keep it.

You start out strong with great determination and enthusiasm. But after a few weeks, your resolve fades away, and you are back to your old routine and… Continue Reading…

Don't Get Your Panties In A Wad Over Nothing

open ardent heart #1It doesn’t seem so long ago I was writing a post about the shooting in Aurora, Colorado.

Now there has been yet another senseless shooting, and (could it be possible?) one that is even more horrific. I won’t linger on this tragedy. We’ve all had our moments of private anguish and disbelief. And nothing… Continue Reading…

30 Good Karma Things To Do With Small Gaps Of Time

sun through clouds photoIf you cut to the chase of the meaning of life, it’s the “meaning” part that we all long for.

Beyond all of the stuff, thrills, and happiness we pursue on any given day, in the long run, we just want to feel like we’ve made an impact on the world in some… Continue Reading…

The 52-Week Life Passion Project Book Is Now Available!

The52WeekLifePassionProjectDear friends and readers, I am so thrilled to announce the release of my first book, The 52-Week Life Passion Project.

This book is the culmination of all that I learned on my personal search for life passion, leading me to my career as a coach and blogger, as well as my experiences with… Continue Reading…

8 Great Books For Fall Reading

iStock_000002995388SmallI am a changed woman.

I never thought I would turn my back on printed books. But it appears I’m moving in that direction.

Books have been a huge part of my life since I learned to read. In fact, I chose an English major in college, mostly because it allowed me to read a… Continue Reading…