Anxiety in Paradise

How many times a day do you turn away from what is happening? You know what I mean - a text or email you don’t want to respond to; something you put off that needs to get done or an emotion you don’t want to feel. I don’t know about you, but it happens to me almost daily. It’s the human condition.

The Wait

What does it take to BELIEVE?


To have faith that is unshakeable, immutable and unchangeable? If you have that sort of faith, can you share the secret with me? My journey has been a rocky one - filled with doubt, fear, hopelessness, uncertainty AND hope, love, faith and courage.

Great Unfolding: Part 2

Have you ever felt like your outsides don’t match your insides? I’ve lived most of my life like this. “Shiny, Happy People” Corinne on the outside and “Sad, Confused and Ashamed” Corinne on the inside.

My outsides are finally matching my insides.

Could v. Should

After a recent upsetting conversation, I made a u-turn and turned my “should into a could.” That made all the difference.

3..2..1..BLASTOFF And The Power of OR

This was not the first time I sent a child off to college, but it would be my last.

I believed my prior experiences of sending my teens off to college would prepare me for this transition.

Great Unfolding: Part I

In less than 3 weeks, I will be packing up my life as I’ve known it for the past 30 years and head out on a year-long journey, figuratively and literally. I am not sure what the next stop will be and I’m giving myself space to NOT make a decision.

My Empty Nest - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Tomorrow my oldest child graduates from college. Three weeks from today, my youngest graduates from high school. This is a big deal. I knew it was going to be a big deal, but it’s actually turning out to be a bigger deal than I thought it would be.

The Brown Sugar Incident and the Next Best Thing

Ever have one of those days? Or mornings? Or weeks? You know what I’m talking about - you have alot on your plate to juggle and one minor thing can throw you off course. Well, that’s what happened to me yesterday morning. We can call this "the Tuesday that felt like a Monday!"