How to Hit the Reset Button on Your Word-of-the-Year


If you’ve read my blog for a while, you know I am a big fan of Christine Kane’s Word of the Year Discovery Tool. I’ve been using it personally for years and I strongly recommend this intentional practice for all Wise Well Women. If you haven’t tried it yet, don’t worry… it’s not too late. […]

Phenomenal Woman Tribute

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  There are just a few women in the world who I believe represent in entirety the essence of the Wise Well Woman persona in human form. Maya Angelou is one of these women. To honor and pay tribute to this amazing woman, I reprint her poem, Phenomenal Woman, here. I hope that all the women […]

Refreshing Spring – Joy-filled Revival and Renewal


There’s an energy about Springtime that’s contagious… bright, cheery and fresh. All things Spring make me smile! Grounded, I allow myself to feel part of this glorious cycle of renewal. This year, I claimed the word “refresh” for my word of the year. (For more on how to claim your word of the year, click here.) […]

Celebrating Holiday Joy through Music

Jazz Holiday

I had the pleasure of seeing this performance “live”. Joy of joys! I can’t think of a better holiday gift to share than the gift of the joy the comes from hearing music that makes my heart sing! Here’s a Merry Christmas gift to all who celebrate this holiday. And for those who don’t, I […]

Forgiveness and The Tradition of Ho’oponopono

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Today I was reminded of how powerful a lesson learning to let go continues to be in my life. And I remember how hard I tried to figure it out – how I struggled to understand what letting go really meant. And I remember the absolute freedom I felt when I finally realized that letting go isn’t an intellectual process. Using the ritual of Ho’oponopono I learned that letting go is about forgiveness and acceptance and love.

There’s an Elephant in My Room

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So I said it, “There’s an elephant in my room.” I’ve finally written it, here for all the world to see. There’s an elephant in my room, and it’s big and heavy and not nearly as cute as the image I posted on this page. But I figured it never hurts to lighten the load […]