What I have discovered is that it *is* possible to live in the “zen bubble” of Wanderlust in our every day lives but it takes work and self-awareness and presence and purpose. It won’t just happen on its own. We are in charge of our own peace, our own zen, our own Wanderlust. I have been … Read more
au·dac·i·ty ôˈdasədē/ noun 1. the willingness to take bold risks. Addiction. Recovery. Sobriety. Drugs. Alcohol. Shopping. Sex. Technology. Gambling. A lot of buzz words these days and like some of our favorite quotes and sayings, I think they have been used so much that we have become de-sensitized to them. We have stopped listening, hearing … Read more
What do YOU think when you hear the word YOGA? Do you think chanting, burning incense and people doing really contorted things with their bodies??? Well, those things MAY be true in some yoga studios but not at a Yoga Fusion class! Yoga For Golfers utilizes the force of gravity against your own body weight, … Read more
Memory Lane isn’t for the Faint of Heart. I am not sure when the last time I opened these boxes was; over a decade for sure. They have traveled from a broken marriage in Seattle to Portland for a job then to Palm Springs for another job and to Florida for another… through many more … Read more
I have written this over and over and over again. I have deleted and re-written this more times than I care to admit. This last 24 hours has been rough. I don’t tell you this for sympathy but to refrain from stuffing it down, hiding, compartmentalizing or denying it. It’s how I stay healthy and … Read more
Pia Nilsson and Lynn Marriott are perhaps two of the most successful teachers in the game today. I say that because they coached Annika Sorenstam when she was dominating the LPGA Tour, and they also give advice to Yani Tseng, who is currently dominating the women’s game. But make no mistake, Nilsson and Marriott, founders … Read more
I am a Teacher, Founder of The Recovery Solution, Recovery Advocate, Writer, Master Life Coach, Entrepreneur and Professional Student. My most important job, however, is partnering with my husband to be an example and a light for our son.