I am at the gym and for the first time in my life I am working out for me–not for how I look to the outside world, not to force my body into an unnaturally lower weight so I can compete in the acting world. I exercise to be a strong and healthy me. I bemoan the fact that I stopped working out hard in my 40s. If I had stayed with it, this wouldn’t be so challenging, would it? At the time, I was done acting and felt like I didn’t need to spend as many hours in the gym a week as I had been. My commitment to working out dwindled. I quit when I probably needed to be even more committed as menopause added pounds. Now at 60, things that used to be simple are comically challenging–stand on one leg, wobble, wobble, wobble and catch myself before […]
I was honored to share a half hour presentation on Renee Baribeau’s IAM Winter Solstice Symposium on The Power of Story. It was done via Facebook Live but I’m glad Renee also uploaded to YouTube so I can share with you here. Join me for a discussion and journey about the power of shifting your story. Honoring the light and dark of our stories, releasing old stories that don’t serve and writing a new story for self and the greater collective.
So excited to join this group of speakers for the inauguration of Love Forward Talks. A TED-like talk about Love, Loving and Bringing that Love into the world. Join us Live in Pasadena! For Ticket and More Information: https://www.loveforwardtalks.com/