How to stop time: kiss. How to travel in time: read. How to escape time: music. How to feel time: write. How to release time: breathe! Breathe!…… Read more “5 great how-to’s!”
A friend who I hadn’t spoken with in a while texted me today, and she asked me how I found the time to write, much less to…… Read more “How to set joyful goals”
My biggest goal for 2020? To build community! This past year I spent a lot of time writing a new book about the steps and lessons I…… Read more “My goal for 2020? To build community!”
“Become friends with people who aren’t your age. Hang out with people whose first language isn’t the same as yours. Get to know someone who doesn’t come…… Read more “See the world through other people’s eyes!”
I love Wayne Dyer! His quotes are so inspiring and I rarely feel a need to change anything yet I feel this one needs a little amplifying!…… Read more “Abundance flows”
How vain it is to sit down to write when you have not stood up to live. – Henry David Thoreau, author I’m a member of a…… Read more “Do you feel anxious when you hear Thoreau’s words?”
I’m excited to let you know about the new release of the “Removing Inner Blocks” Journal, the newest to my growing list of focused journals designed as tools to help you resolve life issues!
When we’ve gone through emotional and/or physical traumas, the internal damage can deeply affect us and act as barriers to our forward advancement or work against us subconsciously to sabotage our efforts, in spite of strong efforts in the beginning.
WHY would this happen to people who have otherwise set their foot on the path to success?
When I created the Anger Journal I knew I was creating a tool which would be much more than a notebook to dump thoughts!
After all, why would a person buy an anger journal if a simple notebook could suffice?
As with all my books, I’m creating tools. Tools to help a person deal with the immediate moment, and also as a way of gaining valuable insights for growth!
By asking guided questions, it becomes more than a dumping ground!
When our hearts are burdened we struggle to feel positive about anything. So starting with small things is then crucial to becoming able to get strong enough to turn the light switch on in our minds and hearts and to send the shadows fleeing.
Joy. It can be tiny moments, but add them together they can become a bucketful, a lake full and even feel as expansive as an ocean! Finding moments of joy and holding onto them is very important!
The “Loser”Myth: Where did it come from?
By the time we’ve become adults, the myth of the “Loser” has become so embedded in or minds and our spirits that we no longer question if it’s true or not! We accept the myth as if it were a fact!
Opting out of the “Loser” myth…