Overachiever, Always Looking For Love

Overachiever, Always Looking For Love

It was when my therapist I was seeing in my mid 20’s asked me when I knew my dad was an alcoholic. And my response was: “What do you mean? My dad’s not an alcoholic.” To which he looked dumbfounded at me, recounting all the stories I had shared. And said to me, “Your dad is an alcoholic”. Holy shit!

03_Women Empowering Women

03_Women Empowering Women

Women Empowering Women:  8 Actions to Take NowIt is so easy for us to point fingers at men. If only there wasn’t sexism in the world. If only men would support women leaders more. And while I absolutely agree that there needs to be change in the world by everyone, I...
Thank you for the input

Thank you for the input

Not letting others opinions take away your true light. Sometime around the age of 8 or 9, we start receiving a lot of “input”. I am sure it’s all well-intentioned or at least some of it, but what this input does is begin to narrow the definition of who we are and what...
7 Must Do’s When Having Major Surgery

7 Must Do’s When Having Major Surgery

Plus bonus advice on not having a colonoscopy the same week as surgery. I always wondered what it would feel like to be 80 years old and 6 months pregnant. Okay, I’ve never actually wondered that but I do now know exactly what that feels like. I am shuffling around at...
02_Letting Your True Light Shine

02_Letting Your True Light Shine

It wasn’t until I started researching my first Snorting Out Loud presentation that I found out Marianne Williamson actually authored this. While I absolutely love and respect Nelson Mandela, I think it rather interesting that this is attributed to a man, as opposed to a female writer and philosopher.