It’s time to go shopping and find all the best gifts for everyone! As I get ready to brace for the crowds of people and navigate all the sales ads, I can’t help but think about my favorite gifts over the past few years. The funny thing is that I can barely remember more than
Develop Radical Self-Value | Psychology Today.
What was the last goal you set for yourself? Did you make it? How did you feel afterwards? Was your success of that goal the motivation for your next one? Goals are critical in assisting us with determining a direction that we want to go and ultimately sustain a level of satisfaction and contentment within
Last week I arrived to a lunch meeting about 20 minutes early and decided to keep my phone in my jacket pocket instead of keeping myself preoccupied with the latest status updates on all of the social media sites. As I sat there and took in my surroundings, it was astonishing the stories that I
What if you spent an entire day without complaining? How would that change your perspective? How uncomfortable would it be to refrain from voicing a complaint and accept the reality of a situation and continue to move forward? I’m not suggesting that we all become passive and not speak up about unequitable, unjust, or unacceptable
I write often about ideas and strategies that increase a sense of well-being. They originate from a place within my soul that knows peace even if I am not always present in that space. And typically the ideas and strategies I talk about offer a backdrop of inspiration and uplifting energy. The reality is that some
va-ca-tion: Noun. 1: a respite or a time of respite from something: intermission. 2 a: scheduled period during which activity (as of court or school) is suspended b: a period of exemption from work granted to an employee 3: a period spent away from home or business in travel or recreation (Webster’s Dictionary). I will
Here’s the deal, we have a ton of stuff that is expected of us each and every day. Some times it comes from our own internal ‘to-do’ lists and often it’s a mixture of responsibilities that come from work, family, and this thing we call life. As I was working through my own tedious tasks
Breathing And Your Brain: Five Reasons To Grab The Controls | Psychology Today.
As the summer rolls on and time seems to pass at a quicker pace than I like to admit, I realize how important it is for me to remain as present as possible and cherish these days. We talk about ‘being present’ all the time but I think this concept is as unique for each