Scrabble My Life!

Scrabble My Life

Happy New Year! I hope you had a memorable holiday season and are ready to start 2018 with a renewed gusto for betting living! I’m excited because just today, after stewing about it for some time, I planned my theme for the year and it’s different than it’s ever been. … Continue reading Scrabble My Life!


I will!


  A tad bit late for the blog, but I still wanted to share what went out in our most recent E-News! I Will! Ah, the holidays – gotta love’em or … not? This year, consider setting an intention that will leave your fulfilled note drained and will be a … Continue reading I will!


Letting Go


                Imagine the last conversation you ever had with your soul mate was not a good one. It’s too late for what if’s and should have’s. Tragically widowed at 32, Maryanne Pope’s life was not at all what she’d planned it to be. … Continue reading Letting Go


Four Letter Word


In case you didn’t know, I was in Vegas that fateful weekend and was as physically close as I have ever been to a world tragedy, in fact, I walked by where people were running to just 30 minutes prior. Along with silent thoughts and prayer, I share some public … Continue reading Four Letter Word


Good Vibes


It’s a rarity, but poof we hunkered down in the studio and now there are two new Your Life, Unlimited radio show’s from  CJOB, and you can listen and download the shows on iTunes now. Hey maybe subscribe while you are there! Listen in as I talked to Ian McCausland, a talented and inspiring … Continue reading Good Vibes




  Is there a question that you often are asked that you dread answering? For me the question is “What do you do?” It’s a simple and common question and I know that the correct answer isn’t, “I don’t know.” Yet after 10 plus years in the speaking business, after … Continue reading Vitality


The Next Ten Years


He said, “I’m not going to live past 64.” “Why would you say that?” I asked the random stranger that I had struck up a convo with (‘cause that’s what I do). “Oh, I don’t know, I’ve just always thought that. I have ten more years left and I’m living … Continue reading The Next Ten Years