That one belongs to Tony Robbins. He says our stories are either a warning or an example. Think about that for a second before you read on. I write sometimes about shifting perception. Sometimes I will call it spinning a thought. Tony Robbins calls it a two degree shift. Think how often you can change […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
2017. The year I will become 57. The year of HUGE transition. No, I’m not making big announcements, but this will definitely be the year I make HUGE changes. On the climb toward change, things will run amok. There will be people who won’t appreciate my decisions. There will be sleepless nights when I worry […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Your received a text or an email about a project you’re involved with. The project took a turn that surprised you. You replied and the loop begins. How often have you felt unclear about a statement made in an email or text and were left with making an assumption? How often have you made an […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I was the youngest of three children. The story goes that when my mom smelled baby powder it meant she wanted to have another baby. And that’s all it took. Mommy & Daddy wanted me. The next story is when I, the new baby GIRL, was brought home from the hospital and my sister found […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Now we’ve really seen it all…Just this month: Britain has left the European Union—WHAT? The LGBT community has been devastated in Orlando by a human/terrorist/coward/mass murderer—WHY? Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton appear to be our candidates for President of the United States——HOW can this be (the former is the obvious choice being referred to)? The […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This is a new-ish term for relaxing, chill-axing, down time. Do you reward yourself with me-time? Is me-time part and parcel of your day? And, Does it make you feel too indulgent to take me-time? Do you feel it lazy or necessary? Do you take it because you procrastinate doing things that need doing? Do […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Crisis; according to our dear friend Wikipedia is defined as any event that is, or is expected to lead to, an unstable and DANGEROUS situation affecting an individual, group, community, or whole society. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crisis Yes, dammit, a mid life crisis (if we choose to call it that) definitely renders us unstable as an individual. However….. Is it […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
What is it about sticking with a plan that is so difficult? Are you angry about making resolutions back in January and frustrated you haven’t kept them? How is it true that we have thoughts in our brain, and intention to follow through, but our actions somehow go in a completely different direction? Been there, done that. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Do these pants make me look fat? Pick me! Pick me! Sharing your stories on Facebook, speaking your mind on Twitter, sharing pics on Instagram and Pintrest. Joining the gym. Going to church. Volunteering. Cooking for a pot luck dinner. Whether we are asking questions or starting a conversation, are waiting (praying!) to be picked for […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I am constantly in my head. I think about what I say. I think about what I do. I think about what I think. There is no economy in thoughts. There is excess. And much of it comes out of my mouth. Much of it stays in my head. “it” is what I’ll […]Continue Reading... No Comments.