Everyone has to be their own hero and live life their own way, it is no one’s decision. If we have loved ones who are sick and battling cancer, we can not tell them how to fight it but we can support them. We can love them, encourage them, and stand by their side as […]

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November 2nd is National Look for Circles Day. What?!?! Days dedicated to special things have always intrigued me but this one really stumped me. From what I could find, it doesn’t look like anyone knows who created “National Look for Circles Day” and why. Which is interesting and got me thinking….so often we search and […]

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When you lose someone close to you, there’s a tendency to go into survival mode. We do what we can to get through the tragedy, but little more. Meaning, we do our best to feed and bathe ourselves, but nothing else seems important right now. Well today, I want you to seriously think about the […]

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Losing your loved one is like getting the wind knocked out of you. For a moment in time, you can’t breathe, you’re disoriented, you may even lose feeling. But instead of the physical loss of feeling you experience after a long fall or punch in the stomach, death causes an emotional loss of feeling. Joy, […]

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When someone dies, we will be acutely aware of what is most important to us and what we want to change. What new promises will you make? Will you spend more time with your family? Will you share your feelings more openly with others? Will you say “I love you” everyday? The list can be endless, […]

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