I love reading books, listening to podcasts during my daily commute, and finding out about new ideas, thought leaders and resources. 
I also love to share what I learn, and so here's the place to find out what I think is new and interesting. Every item I recommend has been personally reviewed by me.  Please note, some of the items on this page contain affiliate links, meaning if you end up buying a book or other resource that I've linked to, I earn a small affiliate payment, which helps keeps this website running!

The author powerfully encourages older women to step into their wisdom and power. 

Hendricks maintains that everyone has an "upper limit" in various areas of our lives, which keep us from fully realizing our potential. By moving beyond our zones of competence and excellence, into the zone of genius, we will do the work we are meant to do, impact the world and be fulfilled.  

Julia Cameron's The Artist's Way: 25th Anniversary Edition is a must read for any creative person, especially for those who are working to overcome the experience of "block" or being "stuck." This book is well worth the read. The more time you put into the exercises, the more you will get out of the process. It's one of those books that I will return to, possibly on an annual basis. 

 

A very spiritual take on aging, written by a retreat director who helps people transition into their elderhood. 

A very open minded approach to aging, drawing on many spiritual traditions and insights on how to live fully in one's older years. 

 

 

 

Ayurveda is a sister practice of yoga, developed in India thousands of years ago. While it's complex, this Idiot's Guide to Ayurveda explains the philosophy and practices clearly and with a great deal of actionable advice. 

In the past year, my work team has been facing the challenge of creating lots more content, while being "prolific and brilliant." Learn how to manage team dynamics and creative blocks, and how to work with creative rhythm by developing effective practices in relation to Focus, Relationships, Energy, Stimuli and Hours.