What Enough Means For You

What Enough Means For You

  What Enough Means For You The best example of not understanding enough comes from my grandmother’s ideas on food: “Eat one more bite than you want. Then you’ve had enough.”  She thought that way because she was a Great Depression parent, and an immigrant baby....
Embrace Your Stumblings

Embrace Your Stumblings

  Embrace Your Stumblings   Sometimes I am abashed at how fervently my clients and fans feel I have it all together. The testimonials on my webpage attest to my wisdom, compassion, and authenticity. They marvel at how good I am at coming up with a new way to...
Perfection Is Relative

Perfection Is Relative

  Perfection Is Relative Children can have some of the weirdest rules for what they’ll eat and what they won’t. My brother never liked slices of roast beef that had “frames” (edges of fat) on them. Though lamb chops were my favorite meal, I wouldn’t touch the...