People Are Buying My Books – Thank You!

Like many of you, I’m shy about sharing my successes while big on congratulating others. I’m going to stretch my comfort zone for a moment to celebrate something with you.

An average of 10 of my books now sell each month on Amazon!

While this doesn’t make me a best-seller, or have me rolling in cash, it does mean the information is in circulation – entertaining, helping, empowering, and guiding people.

It takes courage to put our offerings out into the public eye.  Each time I publish a book or post a blog article, I get to practice sharing without being attached to the results. Put it out there for anyone who can benefit. Allow myself to be a conduit for something to come through. Give with no expectation of gratitude. Do it because writing brings me joy and sharing it feels like the right thing to do.

Every action I take in life is a practice. It can expand who I am, stir up trouble, or make a difference in someone else’s life. But if I want to live a full life, sometimes I have to put my shoulder behind it and push.

I hope you have the courage and enthusiasm to put your gifts on life’s table. Do it for yourself. Do it “just in case” someone out there needs it. Do it because you are part of life’s plan and we need you here.

How does life get any better than this?

“Take life into your own hands and make it happen. It’s your life; Lead it.”


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Where Choices Take Us

I woke up this morning with thoughts about life choices flowing into my mind.  So I created this accompanying image as a reminder and filed it away.

Then got a call from a friend who just lost his wife. What was on his mind? How to make the right choices for his future. Then came a morning’s consultation. Topic she wanted to talk about – choices. Next I received an email from a consult later today – “Can we talk about making the right choices?”

Choices are floating around in the ether today.

1. Choices are based on current information.
We never have all facts for a perfect choice. Sometimes facts confuse as much as clarify. Yet we can only weigh what we know at the moment and decide. We do the best we can at this moment in time.

2. Every choice set us in a new direction.
The road can be smooth; often it is rocky. Even when we feel confident we have decided correctly, the journey may be filled with detours and pitfalls. I’ve never chosen a road yet that took me straight to the goal. Along the way I’ve had to detour, regroup, take a deep breath, and continue on. Eventually I arrive at a destination which may or may not be the one I set out to find. Each journey brings its own surprises.

3. We can re-choose.
Sometimes our choice wasn’t the best one. That’s okay. We aren’t stuck with what we set out to do. We can drop it, start off in another direction, or branch off toward an entirely new target. Maybe circumstances change or new information arises. Don’t remain stuck in a “wrong” choice.

4. The “wrong” choice may be the right one.
When a friend graduated from college, she mulled over where to live next: California or near family in New York? She chose California. She towed a moving trailer across country to her new life, arrived there, decided it was the wrong decision, and without unpacking, drove all the way back across country to New York. She is confident that her California choice was necessary to confirm she should move to New York where she has happily lived for 23 years. Without that journey, she would never have settled down. She had to give it a try.

It’s not so much what we choose, as it is how we live with our choice.

Make it work if we can. Make a new choice if necessary. Staying stuck, making no choice, is a choice to be at the mercy of chance. Making a choice puts us in charge. It’s only when we are in motion that we can adjust. A sitting car can’t change directions. A driven car has momentum to adjust. To get control, you have to get life in gear.

What choice do you face? Weigh your options. Decide. Act. Observe. Learn. Adjust.

Take life into your own hands and make it happen. It’s your life; Lead it. 


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5 Steps to Controlling Myself

There are a few people I have no control over. 7.3 billion to be exact.

I keep myself pretty busy just working on me. I’ve a long list of areas to maintain. Here are a few to get us started.

1) Self Talk.
What we think and say to ourselves all day long is pretty darn important. Negative messages inherited from parents, a school teacher, a coach, a haughty look someone gave us on the street – these can fill our mind until there is no room for possibilities. When negative self-talk pops up, immediately replace it with your choice of positive thoughts. In time, you train your mind to ignore the negatives and to search for positives. Positives are proven to enhance health, relationships, and fulfillment.

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2) Self Image.
Our self image is created by a series of experiences that have built into a full-blown self-identity. Most happened in formative years, perceived through the inexperienced eyes of a child. Now that you are an adult, you do not have to accept that accumulated data as the truth. You can review and remove pieces you don’t want. “I don’t measure up” is a tough one. Measure up to whom? To what? Who controls the measuring stick? Who is taking a poll? Why should we care? Once you recognize you can never live up to other’s expectations, create your ideal self, and then act to meet your own standards. Be gentle with yourself in this process. You are developing a new skill set of thought, so perfection isn’t required here. Just lots of practice.

3) Interaction with Others
How we act with others creates a boomerang effect. What we give out will come back. If we don’t like what is coming at us, the solution lies within what we are expressing out. There are a plethora of areas to work with here. If I am constantly being taken advantage of – how can I set better personal boundaries? If I don’t have any friends – how can I be more friendly? If my partners are demeaning – how can I be more assertive in relationships? If I need a partner to feel complete – how can I gain a sense of self-completion so I am not dependent upon partners? If a pattern of relationship problems repeats – how can I break my beliefs or behavior that creates the pattern?

4) Non-Resistance/Acceptance
Acceptance isn’t giving up. It’s recognizing what cannot be changed and then setting about making it tolerable.
“That which we resist will persist”. When we see something we don’t like, we tend to look for additional, reinforcing proof that it’s wrong. We even go so far as to find others who agree so we can suffer together with full justification. This is guaranteed to add weight to our misery. Some things can be changed; others cannot. Weigh the circumstances, change what we can, and then let it go.

5) Be the person you want others to be.
Want more friendly people in your life? Be more friendly. Want more abundance in your life? Share more of what you do have. Want more recognition at work? Give more recognition to your co-workers and colleagues. Want people to be more welcoming at social events? Be the one who is welcoming to others at social events. Want fewer complaining people in your life? Cease complaining to others.
What you express will expand in your life – negative or positive. I’ve found positive works pretty darn good.

The most difficult person I’ve ever had to handle is ME! I’ve set a goal to be perfect before I die. This requires I live at least until 3,000 years of age.

Take life into your own hands and make it happen. It’s your life; Lead it. 


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Review: … This is the BEST non-fiction book I have read in years. I could not put it down! The story is super engaging, Eleni, the main character, is so wise and inspiring. The story of a community based on deep respect, for the earth, for nature, and for each other, gives me hope in these times of corruption, chaos and extreme unrest… more reviews


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Whose Life Do You Manage?

We can spend hours conjuring up ways to manage other people’s lives.

How they “should” dress. Behave. Work. Sing. Dance. Relate. Clean or don’t clean house. Dress. Drive. Raise their kids. Eat. (Feel free to fill in your own words here…)

Time to give it up.

We didn’t arrive on planet Earth to manage all of humanity. Only ourselves. I don’t know about you, but I can keep myself radically occupied just trying to handle my own choices.

Life has taught me some things.

Everyone gets to make their own choices, even if we think their choices are wrong. It is not our place to judge another – they have the right to experience and learn from their choices. To inhibit another’s options is to inhibit their learning experiences.

Other people’s directions on how we should live our life usually misses the mark. They don’t understand the whole picture. We don’t have the skill, resources, or inclination to do it their way. Balance comes when we choose the boundaries on who and what takes place in our own life.

First, I need to honestly assess myself. Tend my own garden instead of weeding my neighbor’s. Pluck the plank from my own eye before I remove the speck from another’s eye. Be the change I wish to see in the world.

It’s fascinating that when I work on myself, circumstances around me seem to improve. When I get out of the way, other people sort things out themselves quite nicely.

When we let go living other’s lives, we have more time and energy for our own growth and pursuits.

I’m giving up being general manager of the Universe. I have too many things I want to do with my own life. How about you?

Take life into your own hands and make it happen. It’s your life; Lead it. 


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Share the Care

Sometimes it’s distracting to enthuse about so many things. Writing. Baking. Gardening. Making homemade wine. Creating. Bursting into song at the slightest provocation. Exchanging corny puns with a friend. Sneaking bites of chocolate behind my own back.

It is sad that so many people don’t experience a zest for life. Depression, sense of failure, lack of self-validation, distressing life situations, unexpected illness, lack of inspiration, and despair run rampant in many lives.

If each of us reaches out with a smile and word of encouragement to one person each day, what a difference it can make!

Many a difficult day in my life was turned around by a simple gesture of kindness on the part of strangers.

Those moments when we don’t have the where-with-all to demonstrate we care, are the exact moments when doing so can shift our world. As we offer, something greater flows through us, healing us as it passes.

Look for ways to reach out.

Hand out candy bars to street workers. Set out a package of cookies for the trash collectors. Put a box of chocolate samplers in the mailbox for your postal worker. Distribute socks to the homeless woman standing on the corner. Give an extra-large tip to a hard-working server. Smile at people even if you don’t feel like smiling. (It takes fewer muscles to smile than it does to frown and a smile shifts your body energy up a notch.) Allow another driver in front of you at the freeway exit. Text a brief hello to a friend.  Toss birdseed into your yard or peanuts for the squirrels. Volunteer at the local animal rescue facility.

Don’t forget to care about you.

Buy flowers for your dining table. Take a long soaking bath (although this may mean forcing yourself to scrub the tub first). Watch that awesome movie that no one else likes. Walk in the grass barefoot. Put on your favorite music and dance on the furniture. Eat popcorn for breakfast. Go listen to a local band playing at the park. Join a meet-up group with similar interests to get yourself back into circulation. Spend daily time in prayer or meditation. Get out into nature – go for a walk or sit under a tree. Join a yoga or tai chi class. Eat more veggies. Begin a list of things you are grateful for and commit to adding at least one item every day.

Know that I am thankful for you. I  appreciate you taking a moment to read what I share. Writing feeds my soul. May you also find something on this day that puts a twinkle in your eye!

Take life into your own hands and make it happen. It’s your life; Lead it. 


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Review: … This is the BEST non-fiction book I have read in years. I could not put it down! The story is super engaging, Eleni, the main character, is so wise and inspiring. The story of a community based on deep respect, for the earth, for nature, and for each other, gives me hope in these times of corruption, chaos and extreme unrest… more reviews


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A Perfect Life Unglued

On a steaming summer day in 1977, I was walking across my living room when it hit me.

I was never going to create a perfect life.

I’d been trying for years to get everything in order so I could just chill out with an awesome life, but things kept getting out of line. Unexpected bills. Emotional debris. A body that wouldn’t snap back into shape after birthing my second baby. An air conditioner breaking down in 102 degree Texas heat but no money to repair it. A neighborhood boy peddling his Big Wheels across my carefully tended marigold bed. One durn thing after another and they kept lining up to roll into my life each time I thought I had a grip on things. Troubles. Problems. Obstacles. Detours. Insurmountables.

My realization – that trouble would be inevitable – hit me like a ton of bricks.

And then a second realization hit. I could relax my grip on a perfect life!!! I could “get real”, aim for greater things, do the best I could with what life brought me, learn new insights, and that was enough.

I’ve been on constant watch ever since, to allow life to swerve and surprise, knowing each trouble offers one more chance to become more.

A wonderful caveat to this is to realize other people don’t need to be perfect either, so I can give up trying to manage all of humankind to meet my preferences.

What a relief! Now, about that neighbor who hasn’t cut his grass in two months …

Take life into your own hands and make it happen. It’s your life; Lead it. 


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5 Makeup Tips for Women over 50 – Not

5 Makeup Tips for Women over 50.  6 Techniques Guaranteed to Please Women.  7 Fashion Mistakes Seniors Make.  8 Ways to Increase Your Social Rating.

These catchy hints don’t reflect real life.

I’d love to see the following headlines replace the above: 5 Make-up Tips to Reconnect a Broken Relationship.  6 Techniques Guaranteed to Empower Women. 7 Fashion Statements Confident Seniors Make. 8 Ways to Increase Your Social Communication.

I know – helpful articles are out there. But seldom in the headlines. Ads are sold with headlines touting to be at top of your game, never attract derision, and excel at playing the social game. Above all; be young, enticing, and smart.

No one can be all of that. Those who appear this way struggle to keep the facade propped up. It’s a scam designed to sell products, exchange reality for unrealistic expectations, and stir up intense judgement of one another. And it doesn’t work. Instead, it creates depression, exhaustion, wasted finances, and has even led to suicide.

You can step off the frenetic train to create your own reality. 

Who do you want to be? What do you actually believe in? What are you doing that feels off or wrong, and how can you correct it? Are your friends supportive of the real you, or do they only know the facade you have created to fit in? Whose life is this, anyway? If it’s your life – and it is – are you living it for your own integrity and dreams, or striving to match unrealistic expectations presented by society, marketing, and media?

The bottom line is: What empowers you?

It’s your right to determine your own life.

On the surface, what you wear and how you present yourself to the world is a choice and it can help you feel better. Deep within, how you think, feel, and respond to life creates your true beauty and charm. An honest dealing with life’s circumstances, recognition of your own strengths, seeking the possibilities in each day’s events, and a willingness to learn as you journey along, all go a long way toward self-empowerment.

Take life into your own hands and make it happen. It’s your life; Lead it. 

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Life’s Inconsistency Holds Promise

My writing isn’t consistent. I’m okay with that. Life isn’t consistent either.

I’ve learned to follow the flow of opportunities and options that my days set out before me. This is not antithetical to having purpose and intention. Life has taught me that it doesn’t unfold in a direct line toward my visions. Life prefers to meander along, tossing up surprises, sending me on detours around unexpected obstacles, and teaching insights along the way.

Each time I’ve faced an unpleasant, irritating, confusing interruption on my journey, it’s brought insights to enrich me. When I reach my intended destination, these new understandings enrich it immensely.

What obstacles and distractions are in your life today? Consider a new way of looking at it to find a new understanding about yourself, your habits, beliefs, or conditioned reactions. Sometimes it’s a new way of perceiving events. Other times it can be a renewed confidence that you have courage and strength deep within.

There are no unnecessary experiences in life – these are opportunities to learn and expand understanding. Become more. Become the person that you know, deep within, you are meant to be.

Take life into your own hands and make it happen. It’s your life; Lead it. 

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5 Warning Signs That I Should Avoid a Barista Career

I almost did it again … pour ground coffee into the brew basket without a filter.

If there is anyone out there who never messed up using today’s convenient, fool-proof coffee makers, you deserve a medal. I’ve realized I need to keep my coffee-making skills at home, in my private kitchen where I can cover up mistakes before anyone walks in.

5 Warning Signs of Barista Failure

1. Purchase pre-ground store-brand coffee from the clearance shelf.

There is a reason this coffee is on clearance. You don’t need to know why – just trust me on this.

2. When you run out of coffee filters, substitute a scented dryer sheet.

I’ve not tried this myself, but the tendency might be in my genes. My dad once filtered homemade wine through 3 layers of perfumed tissues, resulting in an apricot-scented red grape wine. Mom dabbed it behind her ears and a little on her wrist as she sipped away. Confusing, to say the least.

3. Carefully measure freshly ground coffee into non-bleached filter in brew basket, measure filtered spring water into carafe, set carafe on warming plate, hit ON switch, then return an hour later to pour a lukewarm cup of filtered water.

This is only one of a variety of possibilities I’ve experiment with. There is forgetting you filled the water reservoir the night before and pouring in another carafe-full of water the next morning. Or you can forget adding coffee and just run through a fresh brew of hot water. Or set everything up perfectly and forget to hit the ON switch. Blah, blah, blah. Coffee makers are cleverly designed to keep me humble.

4. Brew 2 quarts of coffee on Monday morning, refrigerate left-overs, conveniently reheat on demand throughout the following week.

Of course, I know better than this. That doesn’t keep me from considering it, though.

5. Make a special effort to steam almond milk, pour into a fresh cup of coffee, stir in organic cane sugar, sprinkle with nutmeg, taste its perfection with a small slurp, knock it over with your elbow.

This entails scrubbing the kitchen floor and possibly re-polishing lower cabinet doors. These things are normally ignored until company is coming. It is preferable to plan this type of forced labor for another time when you can fortify with chocolate and some good tunes.

No worries. I’ve found the perfect solution to my dilemma.

I run down to the corner gas station for a quick wake-up cappuccino before returning home to brew my own cup. This also works in a morning jog, something I can brag about when I get to work and hang out with half-awake complainers that constantly commiserate about morning lag. Not me. I’m on top of things.

No one ever said life was easy. But I got this.

Take life into your own hands and make it happen. It’s your life; Lead it. 


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Let Your Intuition Decide!

Unsure about a decision you need to make? Here are two sure-fire ways to make the right choice.

1) Lean into a YES or NO.

Stand straight, feet beneath your shoulders. State one of your possible choices and then ask, “Is this the right choice?” If your body leans forward, the answer is YES. If your body leans backward, your answer is NO. Even a slight response indicates your answer. A dramatic response is a resounding YES or NO. If your body sways back and forth, the decision is not clear yet, or this is not the right time to decide. Try stating your question differently. If the answer remains unclear, set the decision aside to ask another time. Hint: You can use this technique first to learn if now is the right time to ask.

I use this technique to decide what to clear out of my life. “Should I keep this?” If the answer is NO I toss it or give it away. A YES confirms it’s still relevant in my life. Staring at my uninspiring winter wardrobe one autumn, I used this method to clear my closet. One huge black garbage bag later, I had a roomy closet, and every time I stepped into it I felt a huge relief. I use this when purchasing furniture, clothes, and even food. It’s proven itself to me countless times. Best of all, you can do it unobtrusively in public.

2) Expand or Contract

Sit or stand straight. State a possible choice, one at a time. With each statement, notice whether your body feel more open and uplifted (expanded) or if it feels more clinched and tight (contracted). Your breath will flow more freely when expanded, and more tightly when contracted. Expanded means YES. Contracted means NO.

This is my favorite technique when deciding whether to take on a project, accept an invitation, or make major life decisions. I recognize some of my most valuable lessons are gleaned during challenging circumstances, so I don’t want fear or dislike to keep me from facing an important life experience. This method has also prevented me from jumping into seemingly good opportunities that held no real value. Sometimes a YES leads me into a temporary difficult situation, yet it has always been the right choice in the long run, taking me to new heights.

The answer may not make sense.

I’ve learned to trust the results even if I don’t agree.

I once asked if I should keep a swimming suit that I hadn’t worn in two years. And answer was a clear NO. I ignored it because I loved that suit. A few months later we went water skiing with friends, with me wearing that suit. As I pulled up from the water on my skis, my suit’s top didn’t come up with me. The old elastic which held the top in place totally disintegrated from the water pressure. Everyone was thoroughly entertained! Me? I learned to listen to my intuition!

Why this works:

Our mind’s job is to stick it’s nose into every situation so it can assess, evaluate, logically explain, justify, and protect. This necessarily keeps our biological self safe. Our mind also holds memories and beliefs that we depend upon for protection, but in doing so, this imprisons us in a stale comfort zone, limits potential of new insights, and diminishes opportunities. We remain stuck in our history and fears.

Body intelligence and intuition carry our wisdom. This awareness bypasses the mind, allowing us to connect with something “beyond and greater”. Something more. Potential. Possibilities. Finding our heart’s content. Fulfillment.

To develop the skill and comfort of trusting this intuition, the best practice I know is the practice of silence and meditation.  I’ve meditated for over thirty years and the longer I have meditated, the deeper my body and intuitive awareness expands. Meditation deepens our connection with that Fulfillment we inherently seek.

Take life into your own hands and make it happen. It’s your life; Lead it. 


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