You know how it feels when you realize you're going to have to do something you don't want to do?Yuck, right?
It’s all about living your best life, your way.
My friend, Jennifer Palmer, is a wellness coach who, alongside her coaching business, leads Facebook groups providing support for people who are committed to taking better care of their health. I’m guest blogging on her site with this week’s post. Here it is!
What If you're not taking a full vacation right now? You might be up for a day trip!
I have a morning routine. It’s not for everyone, but it works for me.
Demanding perfection of yourself (or anyone else) will chip away at creativity.
Inspiration from Harvey Firestone, Jr
Have you got a bad situation that you don’t know how to let go of? Maybe something ugly happened, and there’s nothing you can do about it. Still, it's bothering you enough so that you can’t get it out of your head?
A post that really has nothing to do with tomato soup.
Wisdom from Dale Carnegie.
People don’t come with labels, obviously. So we tend to add those labels ourselves.
Do what athletes do.
A business owner friend of mine had an major problem this week. It was unforeseen and could affect how she would do business going forward.
Just in case no one has told you lately…
You can decide differently today and at every moment.
This is more than boredom. After a while, you start to feel like there’s nothing you can do about it, but that's not true.
So often we know what we should be doing. But we don’t.
If you don't believe this about yourself, contact me. I'll show you it's true.
“Not perfect, but done” does not mean that I’ve simply tossed up some work without any care or thought.
This pretty much covers everything. Work. Play. Design. Celebration. Blog posts.
Observing where you spend your time can tell you what you value most in your life.
Got a big project, but just can't seem to get started on it? It's easy to be overwhelmed. Here's one way to get un-stuck.
Remember that you are the one who gets to decide where things finally go.
Often people attempt to live their lives backwards
It cost me the gas for the one-hour drive and $3 to get in. And for me, this is what heaven must be like.
Don’t leave a legacy of furniture whose story no one remembers any more.
Encouragement. So essential. Not like water, I suppose. But close.
In the moment.
Do you feel heard? I imagine that depends on who you're talking to.
Wake up, get up, and begin again.