I’m actually in Oakland Hills, CA, (not my usual Long Beach) where I’m hosting a two-day retreat for the graduates of my Love Program.
I have to say that I love my Love Program. For the past six months I have had the honor of coaching nine women privately, and half of them are already in relationships with men that I highly approve of. (Not that I have to, but yay!!)
And now we all get to meet in person. What a gift.
As I was looking back at the private coaching I do, I realized that a lot of cool information comes my way that I share with with my clients. And it’s not always directly about dating and relationships.
Bringing love into your life isn’t just about meeting the right guy. We do it by first starting with creating our best life and being our best self, right?
So from now on, I am going to start sharing some of these (seemingly random) pieces of info with you each week. If one thing I share helps you feel better, look better, rest more, think more, get out more, smile more…then I’ve done my job for you!
Here we go. Enjoy!
–> Larry and I are going to the Commodore’s Ball at our Yacht Club next week, and I need to buy a formal. (No, btw, this isn’t Thurston and Lovey’s kind of club. Much more casual.) Anyway, it’s so freaking hard to find a size 16 gown that actually has arms and where my boobs won’t hang out. Here is the formal I’m wearing to the ball! This is a great site if you’re like me.
–> If your New Year’s Resolution was to get a new job this year (in addition to falling in love!), then sign up immediately if not sooner for this cool FREE 7-day career challenge. My friend (and Forbes recognized coach) Christie Mims helps people love their careers in a way no one else is doing it. Let’s face it, you can’t love your life if you hate your work. Sign up for free and be on your way to work that fills you up, sister.
–> I posted a new article The Delightful Difference Between Dating Men and Boys. If you haven’t yet read it, it’s got some things that will help you and make you so happy that you’re not dating as a 25 year old.
–> Want to know how unmarried men are feeling about being single? Toni, my Love Program client, sent me this great article: Meet the New York Bachelors Who Yearn for Something More.
Now, get out and smile at some men, will ya?
PS: I’m working on a catchy name for this weekly note to you. Something like Bobbi’s Bitchen Bits? If you have any ideas, email me and let me know. I’d be so appreciative and if I choose yours I will happily send you a nice gift.