o·ver·load [v. oh-ver-lohd; n. oh-ver-lohd] -verb (used with object) 1. to load with excess; overburden: Don't overload the raft or it will sink. -noun 2. an excessive load. So, you're probably wondering where I've been…why I haven't blogged in almost a year. Blogging was something I used to love. I mean really, really love. It was something that lifted me up, not weighed me down. But things shifted. Business was beyond hectic. Life was simply chaotic. And I experienced a system overload. A personal system overload. My raft….it did indeed sink. Then I met Judith. When we met I had never even heard of a life coach. She called me because she needed to update her headshots. As we chatted about her needs and I got to know her it struck me that she was exactly what I needed to get my raft afloat. And thus began a beautiful relationship. Judith helped me fine tune my goals and re-align my priorities (and created practical solutions to actually make things happen), but more importantly, she helped me re-discover what I loved about life and how to enjoy it. In my bathroom I still have a daily reminder of the two most […]
Thanks for stopping by the blog. You'll find our latest work, behind the scenes photos and more. Check back often to see what we're up to.