My family and I were at the coast during the summer and we all took a very long walk along the beach. We’d stop by and pick up some pretty rocks, sand dollars, and shells. On the way back, we started walking over someone else’s footsteps. It looked like it was another couple who walked down the beach ahead of us. My husband and I started conversing about how it’s so much easier to walk on sand when you step into someone else’s footsteps. (Yes, we talk about deep stuff 😉 As

I know, I know, it’s looks like a pretty dark article for just a second blog post – but hang in there – it gets a little brighter. Last week, I received a call from a dear friend telling me about the death of Scott Dinsmore. I couldn’t believe my ears – just a year ago we were all together hanging out at Jonathan Field’s Camp GLP in New York – this couldn’t be. People don’t just die all of a sudden. I thought. It took me a few days for the

Thank you so much for visiting my blog! Since this is my first blog post – I want to briefly introduce myself and what this blog is about. First and foremost, I am a committed wife to a wonderful man, and a mother to two boys, ages 7 and 4. I work at home mostly when my kids are still sleeping. By “work” I mean doing things that I enjoy that brings in an income for my family. I do that with my book “Scheduled Balance” sales and by coaching