“We are stardust we are golden and we’ve got to get ourselves back to the garden.”

Joni Mitchell

The next seminar takes place on Sunday, February 13th, at 11 am, PST.

Anything worth doing requires daily practice.

You can’t plan a garden in the spring, then walk away. You need to be in the garden, every morning, pulling those weeds, watering the flowers, and tending to your spot of earth.

No one is good at gardening at first. It’s hard work. But the more you pay attention to that garden, the more blooms. Every month, every year, your garden grows fuller and more satisfying to tend.

Pulling weeds becomes easier. You even start to enjoy that task.

When you understand how the brain makes patterns and rewards good choices with dopamine, you can create a habit of joy.

You’re starting to cultivate your joy.


Join me for a presentation and conversation about how to cultivate your joy. 

The next one happens on Sunday, January 23rd, at 11 AM, PST.

You’ll also receive a recording later that day, in your inbox.

Plus, I’ll be sending you a template for making a joy list, a playlist of music for spontaneous dance parties, and 5 days of joyful reminders in your email.

This seminar can be the spark that lights the fire of joy in your life.

You deserve this. 



All big things come from small beginnings. The seed of every habit is a single, tiny decision. But as that decision is repeated, a habit sprouts and grows stronger.

James Clear