How to Develop Resilient Children and Stronger Families During COVID-19

Do you remember where you were the day COVID-19 hit “pause” and the world shrunk to face-to- face contact with your immediate family? A place where the outside world became the virtual, forbidden planet that we merely pass through.

I do. The teachers were standing around the preschool playground nervously chatting away, distracted by the world news of the virus spreading into every conversation and facet of my life. It wedged itself into every subconscious thought, and with it came fear.

Never Too Old to Discover What You Love and Need to Thrive

As artists paint, draw, or create, they are imbued with a passion that transcends space and time, transporting them to another place, one filled with possibilities.  Just ask Naomi Gartman who has discovered that painting is a wonderful way to escape from all the problems of the world.

Dare on to Rediscover Your Best Self

My amazing year wasn’t a fluke! When I was stuck and confused because I felt like I was being pulled in a million directions, I needed a rudder to ground me and align me with my purpose.

Dares Moms to Dream Big and Helps Set Their Course

Recently, Jodi Silverman, certified life coach and founder of Moms Who Dare, in her Discover You life-visioning class, dared moms to think BIG and step way out of their comfort zone to envision their dreams of what they want to do, be, and have.

In her class, Moms Who Dare did more than more than just cut, paste, and arrange pictures on a board. For many  who felt overwhelmed or lost, she gave them a rudder to get their lives back on course and a powerful way to set and reach our goals.

Life Is Too Short to Put Your Dreams on Hold

By day, she laid the groundwork for killer ad campaigns, met tight deadlines, and put in long, sometimes arduous, seemingly endless evenings, but she was still filled with the burning desire to create.

Discovering Your Passion Is Easy, But Staying on Course Isn’t

Meditation is more than a cool trend. It aligns us with who we really are explains Esther Hicks, a world-renowned inspirational speaker and author.She says that it’s so simple. It’s about discovering what makes us happy and will bring more happiness into our lives. It’s not just about stopping the momentum of the boulder running…

Embrace Your Femininity: Don’t Hide It in a Dark Drawer

Sometimes women after 50 think that they have reached the pinnacle of their career, but that’s not true for the unstoppable Frances Prado, a visionary whose journey began when she became an empty nester. Often while growing up this daughter of immigrant field workers experienced bouts of homelessness and learned to do without—now she says…

Planting the Seeds for a Healthy Relationship with Your Child

  Five years ago, when Nina Sidell was hit by an oncoming SUV while crossing Broad Street, remarkably she was able to walk away from it with just soft-tissue damage.  She was not hurt to the degree that she could or should have been. Moreover, she now understood how fragile life could be. “I felt…

Reach for Your Dreams

By Lynda Dell You learn the most from your failures, providing that you actually take the risks. Sometimes things don’t go according to your best laid plans. Forcing them to happen is not the best strategy. I know, I had this great idea, but when  implemented it  didn’t yield the results that I anticipated. I…

A Soldier’s Journey to Social Consciousness

By Lynda Dell Originally posted in January 2107 BOLD + magazine Corey Taylor’s journey to mindfulness began with his own investigation of his painful, irritating episodes of psoriasis and eczema that made him feel so self-conscious and socially isolated as an adolescent. Throughout high school, Taylor tried every popular skin care product that his dermatologist…