Hand Me Down

Hand Me Down

I met my husband, Dave, during a low point in my life. I was in a long-term relationship that ended, somewhat suddenly, with plenty of emotional damage to go around. Despite years of personal development and coaching prior to this breakup, I couldn’t figure out...
38 Things I Know to be True

38 Things I Know to be True

After one of my keynote speeches last month, a conference attendee discussed an exercise she does each year as part of her self-care regimen. She makes a list of things (number of things dictated by her year in age) of all the things she now knows to be true –...
Drowning in Someone Else’s Lies

Drowning in Someone Else’s Lies

“Karly, did you hear me? I said Amy was murdered.” I remember when I got the call. I was in the middle of hosting a work event. To this day, I still don’t remember who called me. I only remember what the voice on the other end said. Amy died at the...
Growing Pains

Growing Pains

Today, my oldest son turns 11-years-old. I brought him lunch at school, like I’ve done every year since he’s been in school. Honestly, I didn’t want to go. I had a raging migraine and could hardly get out of bed. However, I didn’t want to break...
One Year, Six Months, and Five Days

One Year, Six Months, and Five Days

It’s been one year, six months, and five days since I said goodbye to my longest-known and dearest friend, Brian. There are moments in your life when they occur you’re convinced even if you succumb to Alzheimer’s you’d still remember....
No More Hiding

No More Hiding

It’s been a year and a half since I wrote with any consistency. A lot has happened since then: I lost my best friend/quasi-brother, I had a difficult pregnancy with an even worse postpartum recovery, I bought and moved into a house  (during the height of summer...

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