Author Archives: Christina Dalton

Turn On Your Green Light

Toggle navigationExpert Contribution Turn on the Green Light (When You Realize Something More is Possible) by Christina Dalton “It’s no use going back to yesterday, because I was a different person then” – Alice In Wonderland As we journey through this wonderful thing called life, we come to realize that each person has a unique set […]

Living Your Best Life

Expert Contribution Live Your Best Life: How To Choose A Life Coach by Christina Dalton When we buy something that is important to us, we spend valuable time researching, comparing, and asking critical questions. The typical consumer “does their homework” when purchasing a house, buying a car, choosing a great doctor, and researching the best education […]

What Do You Want To Be and What Is Possible? Lets Make Retirement A New And Bright Future

      Who Do You Want To Be And What Is Possible?       Lets Make Retirement  A New And Bright Future                             Christina Dalton                                                    Principal, EYH “Retirement is wonderful if you have two essentials: Much to live on and much to live for.                                     -unknown I spent 39 years in a successful career that […]

Retiring? What Is The Next Journey?

     Reaching the finish line of your career is the opportunity for new growth and passions.  60 really is the new 40.   Financially, for most of us it is wise to retire in a timely fashion to take advantage of  your invested money and the retirement packages you have earned.  On the financial side, you have […]

Dance To Inspire

                                                   Dance to Inspire Inspiration is the result of empowerment.  “Power is the  ability to achieve purpose and effect change” (Martin Luther King Jr) that creates the perfect dance.      My mother in law empowered children and adults through believing in the grace and strength of our body.  It was through her ballet classes and […]

Managing Anxiety

Managing Anxiety “Just when the caterpillar thought the world was ending, he turned into a butterfly“.  (Anonymous Proverb).       The unknown and what we cannot control has always been a major source of anxiety.  In the last seven months anxiety has been an underlying feeling that many of us have been experiencing, myself included.  Anxiety […]

Coronavirus Diaries: I am not sick, but I am not well

As published in The Brentwood Press on Jul 14, 2020 I will be the first to confess. I truly expected things to go back to normal by now. After all, I have been behaving. I have been social distancing, understanding the measure of 6 feet, wearing masks in public, and going up the correct aisle […]