I want to be fully emotionally and mentally present with my kids. Storytime, trips to the park, building Legos—I want to give my children my undivided attention or at least limit the distractions during these times.
Before law school, I used to love writing — simply for the joy of it, as a means of self-expression. I started journaling when I
According to a 2016 Hazelden Betty Ford/ABA study, 19 percent of lawyers suffer from anxiety. It’s a familiar territory (after all, I wrote a book titled, The
When I work with lawyers, often, they get stuck and feel overwhelmed because they are trying to do too much, change too quickly and force their way through their struggles rather than take a gentler, smarter approach.
Join me for an intention setting session. You’re invited to this 1-hour session to pause, reflect, restore, and gain clarity for 2018. We’ll explore
One of the most profound exercises suggested by the teacher of my mindfulness based stress reduction (MBSR) course at Stanford University was to practice gratitude.
As lawyers, we value the mind. We value thinking. We value our analytical prowess. Yet, the thinking mind can be a terrible roommate. Often, lawyers
You do not owe anyone — this includes your clients and your job — the following: your health, your family, your sanity, your identity, or your integrity.
I’m creating a retreat that will provide the perfect gift of relaxation and rejuvenation with an intimate group of lawyers who wish to live a more balanced life.
One interesting observation I made during the month-long silent meditation retreat was how long it took before the phantom vibration went away. I’d constantly catch