Monthly Archives: August 2014

Do You Want to Be Happier? You Have to Practice.

Recently, I was invited back as a guest on the TV show, Good Morning Florida Keys. When the host, Jenna Stuaffer, heard that I had been studying happiness, she asked me to share everything I had learned about being happier. We had a ball talking about the practice of happiness – something everyone can have […]

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Tell Them. And Tell Them Now.

Since his death last week, the news has been flooded with stories about Robin Williams. Film clips of his unquestionable genius streaming continuously making us weepy and nostalgic. And countless people have sounded off with accolades and remembrances of his wit, charm, brilliance, and kindness. Isn’t it wonderful how we rally together when someone dies? […]

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Fish On + Other Tales About Reeling In Success

“Fish on!” I yelled from the back of the boat as I saw the fishing line pulled taut into the ocean. I had just finished moaning to my husband that we should call it a day and head back to shore. After hours of motoring around the Atlantic scouting for fish, but not catching any, […]

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