Posts filed under: Personal Growth

Thank God it’s Spring!!! Alright, I know that is pretty lame. It’s been the most amazing and mild winter that a Canadian could ever hope for! It’s felt like Spring all along! This past weekend, I was privileged to participate...
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  Not every day feels full of pleasure. Just over two weeks ago now,  I had my right hip replaced. The surgery went well but I encountered some awful recovery nursing care. I was left feeling anything but pleasured. Part...
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I just finished reading Gay Hendricks book The Big Leap. Hendricks says that people live out of one of four zones at any given time. Although, we can make a visit into each and any at any point in our...
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Sigh….   Sitting in my clean and tidy house brings me such pleasure. Knowing that everything is in it’s place, that I’ve done a bit of decluttering and that the energy flows smoothly, is bliss. If I have a moment...
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Learning to live The Pleasured Life is like a beacon call back home. Once you start, you can’t shake the awareness that you develop when you aren’t living fully in Pleasure. It’s haunting. I got caught up this month. In...
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Consistently Committed? Or is it Committed to be Consistent? Either way there is something to be said about using consistency and commitment together to achieve the results that we want. After surgery this year and #thesummerofpurepleasure, I returned to the...
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We’ve had a couple of shitty days. I told you that living The Pleasured Life doesn’t always equal rainbows and unicorns. What it does do, however,  is stop you in your tracks to figure it out in a blog and...
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I know, I know, we all want the Cinderella story. The one where our fairy godmother comes down gives us a great dress, some stellar shoes, a sweet ride and a handsome guy that totally falls in love at first...
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Kindness. I want to talk about kindness. World order aside, I want to focus on the kindness that we need to show in our relationships. Most of our psychological burdens come as a result of the negative encounters we have with...
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We haven’t even launched this baby yet, but I have been thinking a lot about the why of The Pleasured Life. Why are we doing this? Why have we created a coaching business with a focus on life and conscious...
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