A Quick Guide To Taking Care of Your Mind

Whether you’re still staying at home, or your community has started to remove restrictions and you’re returning to the outside world, many of us are still dealing with feelings like fear, confusion and anxiety about a life event that has affected all of us in some way.  A global public health and economic crisis resulting [...]

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{VIDEO} My surefire method for dumping doubt and fear

I’m changing it up this week with a video blog!    We’re halfway through January, and I hope you’re still going strong when it comes to sticking with the changes you are making in 2020.    Change is full of promise and excitement, but it doesn’t come without resistance (within your mind or outside circumstances), [...]

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True To My Word

This list was found via Pinterest; the source is www.happinessishomemade.com 2017: Amplify  2018: Grounded2019: Purpose2020: Read on …A few years ago, somewhere in the world of life coaching, I stumbled upon the concept of choosing a “word of the year.”  That guided me in the direction of a great discovery tool created by the founder of [...]

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Comfort and Joy

McCauley and Wagner Christmases Past December 1st!  If you’re looking for tips on managing your h0liday to-do list, cookie recipes or a coupon code for free shipping … you won’t find it here.  The holidays can be an exciting and beautiful time for family, friends, celebrations, and festivities. But for some, there are pressures around [...]

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Keep watching or start dancing

Some dear friends and me after Zumba at LAC – Westport Road in Louisville.  If you’ve ever been curious about Zumba, you should take your first class with instructor Allison East (4th lady from the left)… She’s unbelievably talented and an all-around beautiful human being.  I’d been away from my favorite Zumba class for many [...]

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Three tips from the couples counseling express desk

I used to work with couples a lot, especially during my practicum work. It scared the shit out of me at first — I was outnumbered in that therapy room with two people — and both of them were trying to convince me their individual points of view were the truth (most of the time, [...]

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Taking a breath

This week hurt a lot (physically and emotionally).  This week was also amazing.  I’m tired. For everything that was disappointing — some of it heartbreaking  — there were a hundred beautiful moments. The photos are the story. The words that go with the photos are in my social media posts this week. I like to [...]

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In all things, move on purpose

On Friday, October 11th, I stopped by Great Day Live! again to preach on about progress versus perfection, and how to live your best life in 90 days or less. Click HERE to watch the segment. Great Day Live! host, Angie Fenton, and other members of the GDL crew have finished up the second week [...]

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Thank you, please drive through.

“Can I get a strawberry smoothie? And a small order of fries?” That was me, sometime in 2010, ordering my “usual” at the McDonald’s drive-thru down the road from our house. One of my habits around that time was to pick up my daughter, Grace, from the carpool line at her school and drive to [...]

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Don’t You Dare Give Up

This week marks the next era of our family’s life. Our daughter has moved out and is starting her freshman year of college. My boy is in middle school. I’m working at my practice and started a new job last month working at my gym. I’m alone in my work some days and surrounded by [...]

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