HYE turns six.

February 29th, 2012 Harness Your Energy was created by moi. You can read my first post here .... This means that HYE turns SIX this year! For many of you, this literally means nothing, because you've never found my  piece of turf on the world wide web until now. For my 108 subscribers that I've built … Continue reading HYE turns six.

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Year of the Bourtney.

2016 has cracked my heart open in a tragically, magical way. I'm convinced the universe works in oxymorons. I've felt heartache that has shattered my heart, but found that if I bury that sadness under my skin instead of letting it out, what else can it do but grow in my veins?  A breakup after … Continue reading Year of the Bourtney.

LP 2016: Climb Your Mountain.

  Start before you are ready. If that little inner voice inside you keeps directing you towards a goal, listen. Don't start calculating or debating. Don't let the doubt, fear, or anxiety creep in. Forget the details. Forget all the reasons why you can't. Just act. Too often we feel that fire in our bellies, … Continue reading LP 2016: Climb Your Mountain.

LP 2016: Be-YOU-TIFUL

A little over a year ago, I was in a place where I felt a crushing sadness everyday. This sadness wasn't because something terrible had happened or because things were not going well. In fact, the sadness was worse because things were good. I had a great job. I lived in sunny San Diego across … Continue reading LP 2016: Be-YOU-TIFUL

The Ultimate Fitness Plan To Working Off Your Holiday Feast.

The holidays are here! The season of get-togethers' is upon us and before you let time (& your waistline) get away from you, implement these five little tweaks into your busy holiday schedule to work off that holiday feast! Wake up and move. Late nights and one too many cups of egg-nog may make this … Continue reading The Ultimate Fitness Plan To Working Off Your Holiday Feast.

One Big Adventure.

"Life is either one daring adventure or nothing at all." - Peter Pan  The "safe-child". I grew up under the pretense and own personal assumption that I was the "safe-child".  The world was a dangerous place. And feeling all alone in the world would send me into full-blown panic attacks. Then suddenly a HUGE shift … Continue reading One Big Adventure.