Heart Led Health by Coach Donna

Wednesday / April 04 / 2012

It’s confessional, provocative and indeterminably sly…

If you spend any time on Facebook, you know what vaguebooking is. It’s true you may be unfamiliar with the term, but you’ve more than likely witnessed it. The core concept lies in the writer’s ability to bait readers while remaining elusive. For me, it turned personal last month when Read the full story…

Sunday / October 09 / 2011

Stop watering your plastic plant relationships

Relationships are like plants. Some are worth watering, some are not. Some should be discarded. Do you know which is which?

In order to judge, you first have to know you.

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Monday / August 15 / 2011

Nails with Neeser: when heroine is good

Denise & Donna (Girls’ Weekend in New York City, Fall 2007)

“Nails w/ Neeser”. That’s what my calendar read for 3:30pm yesterday. A pedicure date with a bestie. Long overdue, much needed time together. 

We reclined in the massaging chairs (quick to turn off the “seat” option because, well, it’s just awkward to have things poking at your butt!) Read the full story…

Tuesday / August 09 / 2011

Are you fluent in random words of kindness?

You know those days when you feel like you’ve been hit by a Mack truck? When your body yanks the emergency brake in an attempt to stop you from running a-hundred-miles-an-hour? When you (and others) begin to liken you to a zombie?

Yesterday was one of those days for me. Read the full story…

Monday / June 13 / 2011

Why I’d argue the best of friends aren’t only found in your college years

I had the unique opportunity to engage with three of my dearest childhood friends this weekend. We’ve known each other since we were “knee high to a grasshopper” (as Angel McAllister would say). How is it that you can be friends with individuals who are so vastly different than you, but with whom you share a bond that cannot be explained or undone? Is that unconditional love? Read the full story…