Sunday Link Love #4

Sunday Link Love #4




The Women’s March.  I love connecting to other like-minded people and standing up for what we believe in. I’m also humbled every time I participate in the democratic process. We are lucky we can show disapproval and civil disobedience in the United States. (You can find more  more activism resources here).


How was your week? Did you participate in the Women’s March? How are you feeling and how are you treating yourself?


Each week in 2018 I’ll be sending you articles that have sparked my interest because they are all about Self-Care and Life Satisfaction.




Why Hire a Life Coach? – Are you ready? Let’s talk!


Oprah’s Blind Spot – I am a yes and on this topic because weight and diet culture runs deep. It’s my heartfelt wish that Oprah finds peace with her body and uses her platform to encourage and empower other women to as well regardless of the size and shape of their bodies.


A Letter To Google: Please Don’t Kill The Blogs – I’m including this here because so many of the things we sign up for end up filed away in our email folders never to be seen again. Pass it on.


The 100 Hour Rule – this is how long it takes to get better than a beginner. Much more attainable than the 10,000 focused practice model. Now that the pressure is off, what would you like to be better than a beginner at?


Is reading more on your 18 for 2018 list? Here’s 5 Unconventional Ways to Read More This Year. I will add wake up 15 minutes earlier, grab your tea/coffee and get back in bed. It feels luxurious!


This Is What Self-Care Really Means Because It’s Not All Salt Baths and Chocolate Cake – <applause> YES!!! <applause>


My Year of Saying Yes to Everything – Shonda Rhimes – the book is brilliant.

I’d love to know what you are reading,  watching and listening to these days. Tell me all about it!


I look forward to seeing you soon!


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18 for 2018

18 for 2018


I am an avid listen of both Happier and Happier In Hollywood podcasts. Recently Gretchen and Liz talked about Identifying 18 for 2018.


Since I am such a fan of lists – Summer of Intentionality and An Intentional Fall – I decided to come up with one of my own. Instead of making it a thinly veiled list of resolutions, I decided to only include things I actually *want* to do.


Tami’s 18 for 2018

Watch Airplane! (1980) – I have never seen it and it is apparently a comedy classic.

Try slacklining – This is something I feel like my daughter will love, so an activity to try together.

Put a significant amount into my IRA – Thankfully I have one set up and now it’s time to fill it up.

Try a pilates class – I’ve been gifted some time at a local studio, so we’ll see how it goes.

Make lemon custard (dairy-free) ice cream – It’s my favorite and I haven’t had it since I found out I am allergic to dairy.

Read Feminist Fight Club – more feminist books in 2018 and beyond, please.

Go on a writing retreat.

Get my tarot cards read.

Go to a cat show.

Go to the East Sacramento Garden Tour.

Attend a musical.

Do a sleep study.

Walk across the Golden Gate Bridge. (Already DONE – check out my photos over on Instagram!)

Take a cooking class at the Sacramento Co-op.|


Go on 24 hikes.


Sit for the ACC exam.


Be a volunteer who drives people to the polls on Election Day in November.


Coach Chat – talk to 52 coaches this year to learn more about their businesses, what they do and who they serve so I can recommend people who would be a good fit for them.



What do you want to do in 2018?


PS: If you want to be the first to know about upcoming retreats, workshops and opportunities to work together – get on the list.