The Only Thing You Can’t Get at the Mall is the Most Important Thing of All The words back to school conjure up so many mixed emotions for parents and teens. The office supply superstore commercial portrays parents skipping up
Hey Girls… I’m writing a book for teen girls called “Loving the Girl in the Mirror: Reflections of Your True Self” and I NEED YOUR HELP! I could very easily write this book based on my own “self” and how
I have a purple monkey That sits upon my back Sometimes I call him Worry or Fear Sometimes he goes by Lack His presence is addictive Like booze or heroin I’m always looking outside myself When I should be looking
As I write this article, I am sitting in my own Sacred Space – my meditation room. People have often commented to me “You have your own meditation room?” My sacred space didn’t start off as a whole room.
Ever since I was a little girl, I have felt that I was destined for greatness. At age three I was starring in garage shows, strutting along my father’s workbench with microphone in hand and charging my neighbors admission
Make it a practice of asking yourself frequently throughout the day, “How am I feeling?” Try to distinguish between how you are feeling and what you are thinking When you wake up in the morning, close your eyes and