Awareness, Choices, Growth

Hear Ye, Hear Ye…Change Is On Its Way

It’s interesting that the moment we’re committed to a new frame of mind, one that sets new boundaries, which triggers new corresponding actions, we want to declare it. We feel healthy and certain of our new behavior approach and believe we should give everyone a heads up of what to expect. Because undoubtedly, they’ll notice… Continue reading Hear Ye, Hear Ye…Change Is On Its Way

Awareness, Choices, Growth, Mindfulness, Motivation, Personal Resonsibility

The Grass Is Greener Where We Stand

There are times when the place we’re at seems less attractive than the place we want to be. In that place, the grass is always greener, the days are always brighter, things are always easier to handle, and we’re always happy. Happier than here, for sure. This is an illusion. It’s the belief that the… Continue reading The Grass Is Greener Where We Stand

Growth, Personal Resonsibility, Quotes

The Invisible Nature of Growth

A flower will not bloom before it's ready, no matter how much we wish it were so.T Mirikitani Just like the seed of a flower, growth doesn't announce itself but remains out of site, working tirelessly beyond the human eye to become more than what it already is. Have you had times where you just… Continue reading The Invisible Nature of Growth

Awareness, Choices, Growth, Personal Resonsibility, Quotes

Seeing a Brighter Horizon

You can make positive deposits in your own economy everyday by reading and listening to powerful, positive, life-changing content and by associating with encouraging and hope-building people."Zig Ziglar

Awareness, Choices, Growth, Personal Resonsibility, Positive Living

Getting Stuck in a Thought Loop

Have you ever felt “stuck” in your thoughts? It’s like those tiny, green “stickeys”, as I’ve called them since childhood, that cling to you after you’ve been walking through a field? You don’t notice you’re picking them up until your attention eventually drifts below, and you see your pant legs, or socks, are completely covered… Continue reading Getting Stuck in a Thought Loop

Choices, Fear, Growth, Lifestyle Transformation, Mindfulness, Personal Resonsibility

How Butterflies Symbolize the Hope and Beauty in Life Change

Life is constantly evolving and although change can be frightening with it's undiscovered and unexplored territory, it also allows a place for new growth. I revisit this truth in life often with my children. My hope is to help them, as budding teenagers, to not only welcome change but seek it out for the rest… Continue reading How Butterflies Symbolize the Hope and Beauty in Life Change

Authentic Living, Awareness, Choices, Controlling our Emotions, Growth, Mindfulness, Personal Resonsibility

Our Malleable Minds

Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything"George Bernard Shaw Photo: Pixabay

Authentic Living, Awareness, Growth, Personal Resonsibility, Positive Choices

The Judge Within Us

Judgment. A painful word to endure. When we’re judged it’s easy to feel stupid, emotional or clueless as if we’re not clever or sharp enough to choose or perform well. Most of all, we feel minimized as a person because when we're judged, our flaws and mistakes take center stage. Judgment’s defined as “the process… Continue reading The Judge Within Us

Awareness, Choices, Growth, Motivation, Personal Resonsibility

Change Yourself, Change the World

Personal transformation can and does have global effects. As we go, so goes the world, for the world is us. The revolution that will change the world is ultimately a personal one.Marianne Williamson Photo: PixaBay

Authentic Living, Awareness, Choosing Balance, Controlling our Emotions, Growth, Personal Resonsibility, Positive Choices

Help, They’re Driving Me Nuts! Learning From Our Feelings Of Irritation

Human interaction. It can be beautiful and uplifting and can make us hopeful to engage with the world. It can also be disheartening and draining and that’s when we may question why we even bother to be connected. For instance, it’s so frustrating when someone we care about, know, work with or live next to,… Continue reading Help, They’re Driving Me Nuts! Learning From Our Feelings Of Irritation