I seriously did not make this term up (although I wish I had, because it totally cracks me up).
Resting face is the default expression we wear when we’re say…shopping for dog food, or driving to pick our kids up from dance class, or paying bills, or waiting to get seated at a restaurant.
It’s natural. Automatic. Habit.
Like posture but for our laugh lines.
Before bitchy resting face was a term that went viral online (hell…before there even was an online) I’ve been fascinated by resting faces, particularly the bitchy ones. Read More
When my husband gave me his honest thoughts (aka criticisms) about my latest work, I was triggered to start the all-too-familiar (and ugly) relationship pattern of reaction, reaction, and more reaction. Thank goodness I stopped myself by being willing (however clumsily) to lean into the lessons that were bubbling to the surface! In this post I share how I cashed in my ticket on the reaction crazy train and stopped myself from morphing into a chilly ice queen (cue the Let It Go people!). Read More
This passage from A Year of Miracles by Marianne Williamson came to me at exactly the right time - like most things do when I stop distracting myself with drama and allow the universe to just do its thang (without my stubborn interference).
I have found this shift in perspective really helps me stop thinking negatively.
Listen as I read a few lines from the book and give you my thoughts on how we can re-think our most confusing situations to feel like the hero of our story. Read More
The house was still.
My sheets were rumpled around me. Rain was tapping on the roof.
Beyond the window I heard the faint chatter of birds.
The wind whipped up and my neighbor's chimes improvised a few hollow chords.
That was me. Hollow. Jostled.
Emotions clanging up against each other.
I had felt this way for a while. I thought it was the season change. Read More