After completing my certification to become a Life Coach, almost everyone I talked to asked me to help them. At first, I was surprised that so many people were struggling and willing to open up to me about that struggle.
Being new to my neighbor, I wanted to meet more people. Nothing crazy about that. So instead of joining Meet-Up groups or interesting organizations around the city, I decided to have a party at my apartment. I invited everyone in
Recently, I have been introduced to Buddhism. I’m not sure if it was the Buddha’s staring at me in yoga class, or the murmurings of my New York City folk when I lived there for a few years. I’m not
I’ve been cooking, exercising, doing new things and having hard conversations. I’ve been catching momentum, but I can’t help this nagging feeling in my stomach that something still feels off. Last night, I watched a movie called “The Good Lie.”
I first heard of Bertsche last year when I picked up her book, “MWF Seeking BFF” (Married White Female seeking friends). The catchy title and sarcastic nature intrigued me. I picked up the book and digested the whole thing in
I’m not sure what it is about this year, but more than any other January, I am inspired to change. To be something I wasn’t last year, to solve my own problems and get on with life. Maybe it’s because
One of the books that have significantly impacted the way I view my twenties comes from a book that one of my friends suggested to me, The Defining Decade by Meg Jay, PhD. She knew that I was going through
About six months ago, I decided to take the plunge and get certified in life coaching. I wasn’t even exactly sure what it was or why I wanted to do it, but it seemed like it could help me grow