I had the honor to be interviewed by the wonderful Sarah Ojame about following my bliss and I’m super excited to share it with you!
Here, I describe what bliss means to me as I live out my passion as an intimacy and life enhancer.Read More»
The search continues for Hannah Graham, the missing University of Virginia student. Like you, I have no idea what happened to her but I pray for a positive ending.
Hannah’s friends and family are going through so much right now. But they are not alone in their suffering.
I want to say I am so sorry to all the women (and to men as discussed at the end of this article) who are feeling so much as they watch Hannah’s story unfold.Read More»
I want to show you…
I want to show you that with a glance, you can send ripples of pleasure through the person closest to you.
I want to show you how much more desire you can stir up in each other, even if you’ve been together for a long time.
I want you to feel how you felt the first time their hands touches your bare skin. Remember that feeling? That spark may be forgotten but it’s still there. Want to feel it again and again?
I saw the movie Elysium last week. Matt Damon in badass mode is usually a good bet, especially if he happens to tragically lose his shirt somewhere along the way. The movie wasn’t bad. It boomeranged on me however and became more thought provoking than I anticipated.
More Than Just Eye Candy
The movie’s premise is that Earth has become resource depleted. Those who still live there are poverty stricken, living on top of each other. Robots, with a conspicuous lack of humanity or compassion, police the people.Read More»
“I have an everyday religion that works for me. Love yourself first and everything else falls into line. You really have to love yourself to get anything done in this world.”
— Lucille Ball (1911-1989)
Lucy was a wise, wise woman. And I recently had the chance to see what her “everyday religion” looks like in practice.Read More»
As I prepare for our first installment of the Women, Wine and Wisdom Workshop, I keep finding reminders in even the most unlikely places of the many roles we play, and must, play as women – and why it’s so important to not lose ourselves in doing them.
I am inspired by what I read from that terrible attack in England.
An unlikely hero