Cheryl's Blog

Week 18 – When the rug gets pulled out from underneath you, remember this.


Last week I made the decision to say goodbye to my Hay House Radio show.  

Ten years.

Lots of intimate, meaningful conversations.

So many wonderful new friends.

It’s been a great run, more fun than I ever expected, and I’m going to miss the heart-to-heart exchanges that have made such a difference in my own life.  But it’s time to say goodbye.  

My last show will be on Monday, May 18th and I hope you’ll join me between now and then.  I’ll be live on the radio this Monday, (4/27) at 5pm ET/2pm PT and I’ll be taking your calls at (866) 254-1579.  You can join me by listening

Thanks so much for listening and for calling in over the years.  You’ll be the first to know about the next, new adventure for Coach on Call!




p.s. – Need a little Divine Direction? Use the “Touch of Grace” button on our homepage here.

When the rug gets pulled out from underneath you, remember this.

I’m on the plane heading home from Denver after attending the “I Can Do It” conference. More than 3,000 people showed up, anxious and excited to learn new ways to make positive changes in their lives. As I walked the halls of the convention center, I loved seeing the smiling faces of attendees. People were sharing notes, offering support, and making new friends.

It reminded me of a conversation I had last year with one of my own friends who told me she was paying more attention to the experiences that made her smile. She wanted to be sure these activities were given more space in her life.

A lot has changed in my life since that conversation a year ago. Back then I was in the middle of change myself, reevaluating so much about my life.

These days I’m smiling more.

Balancing work and play

Spending time alone

Daily walks in nature

Hanging with people I love

Writing and teaching

Playing with Poupy

Eating plenty of greens smiley2#x1F600;

It’s so easy to forget that the key to living a good life is really quite simple.

As I sit here on the plane with my friend, John Holland, a kind and thoughtful guy who always makes me laugh, I feel thankful for where I’ve landed in my life these days.

Change can make us feel so vulnerable and lost.

And it’s easy to forget that there will come a day when we look back and feel a deep appreciation for the cosmic rug-pulling that delivers us to a new, better place.

I wish that day for you heart-icon#x2665;.

cosmic rug pulling


This Week’s Video

This week’s video was created by one of my Hay House Radio listeners, a teacher who wrote this song for his children. You can watch it here. Thanks, Mr. Z!