Forgiving ourselves helps dismantle the habit of rumination.
Awareness, Controlling our Emotions, Emotions, Growth, Personal Resonsibility

Handling Rumination on the Road to Change

My last blog highlighted seeing our undesired behavior in others. What starts as a lesson in grace and patience for others and ourselves, can quickly morph into a dark battle within us if left unchecked. How? Because, in noticing these unwanted behaviors playing out around and within us, we can fall into a loop of… Continue reading Handling Rumination on the Road to Change

Authentic Living, Choices, Growth, Mindfulness, Motivation, Personal Resonsibility

A Million Little Steps That Make Life Good

It's human nature to feel the need "to-do". Most of us are compelled towards something that drives us, challenges us, or entertains us. We like to have goals and along with these goals are preferences and opinions of how we want life to be, or wish it would be. The trouble begins when our expectations… Continue reading A Million Little Steps That Make Life Good

Authentic Living, Growth, Life Coaching, Motivation

Wanting and Wishing for a Mentor

Through history mentors have been a priceless resource offering apprenticeships in an array of areas like education, art, philosophy, religion, politics, and craftsman. The expert training the young and inexperienced person aspiring to become a master. Mentors take the camaraderie of like-minded people to the next level having lived the life we want to live… Continue reading Wanting and Wishing for a Mentor

Choices, Growth, Quotes, Success

The Joy and Glory of the Climb

Every day you may make progress. Every step may be fruitful. Yet there will stretch out before you an ever-lengthening, ever-ascending, ever-improving path. You know you will never get to the end of the journey. But this, so far from discouraging, only adds to the joy and glory of the climb."Winston S. Churchill Life is… Continue reading The Joy and Glory of the Climb