In Thanksgiving for Our Bodies

If you’re dieting right now, you might be dreading the next few months.  As soon as the pumpkin spice lattes start getting poured, it seems like the season of packing on the pounds begins.  The word “festive” alludes to feast, and it’s a time of year that people with weight concerns experience a lot of added pressure.

I recently spoke with Dr. Nina Savelle-Rocklin about being body-positive, no matter what size we are.

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Who knew “Upping Your Game” can start with failure?!

Failures pave the road to success and these two ladies really upped their game to get there. So happy to have had the opportunity to learn their stories!

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Love this show and how it is such a mystical dichotomy of failure leading to success, and how to handle it afterwards. A lot of times we view failure as just that – falling down, but Amy Lyle, bestselling author of “The Book of Failures” tells us differently, how she used “failure” as her success tool. And finance expert Meredith Jones also joins us with her story of ups and downs leading to finally becoming a leading expert in the one industry people tend to cringe at – FINANCE, and she gently shows us how to manage your dollars to lock in your success.
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Your Messy Brilliance

Kelly is such an inspiration to us all! This was an outstanding interview and I was so thrilled to meet Kelly in person at the Spirit of Women Conference. We are messy and brilliant and need to embrace what Kelly calls our “messy brilliance”.

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Who knew being messy was the new self-discovery to improving your life?

I’m thrilled that Kelly McNelis is launching her new book “Discover Your Messy Brilliance” THIS WEEK and even more thrilled she was on the show talking about it a few weeks ago.

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The things that Kelly has been through in her life (especially the incest) helps her coach women into taking their authentic selves into another dimension. A place where they can be free to be themselves AND outwardly successful with their careers, relationships and more.

Here is our interview that is not just fun, but educational, REAL and well…a messy brilliance:

http://latalkradio.com/content/women-101117%20#audio_play

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Walk with Me

In March, I received a call I was never prepared to receive.

Earlier this month, I received a similar call.

Both times, my mother called to inform me that someone I knew had committed suicide.

At first, I couldn’t wrap my mind around the realities of these situations.  I’ve dealt with deaths.  There’s an ineffability of the aftermath of a suicide.  No words can fully contain it.  I am the type of person that always feels better when I DO something, which is why I am walking in the Out of Darkness Walk in Pasadena on November 4.

Please help me to vanquish the darkness of suicide by raising funds and awareness.