Tagged with unconditional love

Letting go of Expectations

un*con*di*tion*al [uhn-kuh n-dish–uh-nl] adjective 1. Not unlimited by conditions; absolute: an unconditional promise 2. without conditions or limitations; total: unconditional surrender This is such a big word. Not just in length. It is so charged. The meaning can be so profound and hard to wrap your head around. I have been pondering it lately. I … Continue reading

I say yes to self-love.

I had a powerful weekend. I finished my training through the Coaches Training Institute and I realized that my story is extremely powerful…that my story can evoke transformation in others. I realized that my singing can evoke transformation in others as well. That I need to step into my own light, before I can ask … Continue reading

What Story Will You Tell?

It has been an interesting week. Well, interesting is one perspective. I actually had a series of ups and downs and I focused on the downs. And I started to over think everything and analyze why everything was happening. Which caused more of focusing on the downs. Even though i’m a life coach, I still … Continue reading

Old School Human Connection

There’s something about meeting in real life that a virtual connection just can’t deliver. There’s even more through talking on the phone than there is through texting. Most of the time when I text, I would much rather pick up the phone and have a conversation. Call me old school. Through my coaching, I’ve been … Continue reading

Who’s on Your Team?

“…now you see me going through it, you may think there’s nothing to it, but I simply cannot do it alone.” – from the song I Can’t Do It Alone from the musical Chicago There’s something in the air about proving our worth. To our kids, to our parents, to our bosses, to our colleagues, … Continue reading

Keep on Moving

Keep on Moving

“Ain’t nothin’ going to break my stride, nobody’s going to slow me down, oh no, i’ve got to keep on moving…” – Matthew Wilder So it’s been a pretty amazing week. A lot of self discovery, a lot of introspection, a lot of putting myself out there, a lot of connections made, a lot of … Continue reading

Show Me Love

Show Me Love

“Love is a many splendored thing…” – Paul Francis Webster This is from a song written in the 1950s. I first heard it in one of my favourite movies, Grease, but as I looked up it’s origins today, I learned that it was in many movies and TV shows in its time. As I took … Continue reading