I’ve found out that it is not appropriate to walk up to someone and ask if they have had botox. Apparently it is frowned upon (no pun intended!) But, I have an untested theory and without being able to ask people if they’ve been botoxed, I can’t prove my theory. Yet, I think I’m right.

Here is my theory:

People who have their frown lines botoxed are less worried and stressed.


Have you ever experienced happiness? True happiness? Bliss? Joy? Freedom? I’m sure you have! Hopefully quite a bit in your life, but even if its just small touches of these things, that is great.

I work with a lot of people in my coaching practice who are trying to get these things (and more) by doing something. For example “I’ll be happy when I get a new house” or “I’ll be free when I work for myself”… Interestingly, when we put conditions on anything our unconscious mind creates a new set of rules that we then live by. Really, if a person says that they’ll be happy when they get a new house – do they really mean that they won’t be happy until then? No, probably not. But, the unconscious mind is extremely intelligent and takes everything literally.

Would you like to know the true key to ultimate happiness and understanding?


For anyone who knows me, you know that at heart, I’m an introvert. You will also know that I’m very ambitious and resourceful – and I love my Heidi-Time.

Today, I’d like to share a little bit more about me. The purpose of doing so will hopefully get you to look inside of you and find out what is going to help get you out of your comfort zone and onto the track that will get you to your goals this year.





Thankful To Me

If you are anything like me, you take for granted those wonderful things in life that really should be treasured, blessed, savoured and celebrated. It is so easy, too easy, to just not appreciate what is around us. Not just around us however, but inside of us – our own selves, lives and beings.

At this time of year, there is a lot talk about “what are you thankful for?”  And this is a good question. At least once a year there is a pointed question that is asking us to take stock of the goodness and life and to give thanks.

However, maybe there is a better question this year: