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Joy is Free

My two year old daughter is a master at play. I sit in awe of how easeful life is for her, not because she is a kid but because she has not been “taught” that life is hard an all about attaining things. When she wants to become a pirate she imagines her bright blue pirate ship with polka dots around her.

The Joy of Spontaneous Delight!

Looking back at my 37 years of parenting I can honestly say that I am grateful for every day…now that the kids have gone on to their adult lives.

Finding the Joy in Life

I have always found in amusing whenever I do speaking engagements how most of the audience assumes my life has been a “bed of roses.” Throughout my 33 years I have experienced an array of circumstances that may have seemed “hard” but these specifics moments have brought me closer to who I am.

Believing Is Half the Battle

When people would tell me “believing is half the battle�� I used to roll my eyes. But after weathering some storms in life I now believe that thinking positively can and will change your life.

Riding the Waves of Pain and Joy

Every week, every month, every year, each stage of motherhood brings new challenges - and new joys.

The Joy Quotient

In essence it said “Get you baby on our waiting list now for our outstanding academically oriented pre-school or he/she will never be able to get into an Ivy League School or any fine University.”