Because I think it is worth reading. Just take a tiny moment for a tiny poem. Then maybe take a tiny moment and pass it along. Or, take a tiny moment and share what you think. Our whole lives are made up of tiny moments. What we do with each of them makes all the … Continue reading Because I think it is worth…
I saw this short video this morning and WOW! Yes, it has a Christmas theme and I know some of you are militant about waiting until the stroke of midnight after you've packed away your turkey and cranberry sauce leftovers, but the underlying message of this video is just as relevant to Thanksgiving as it … Continue reading Too soon? I don’t think so.
If you want to make a difference If you want to feel different If you want to be the best If you want to get better If you want to grow If you want Do the work. What does the work look like? Depends on the person and the want. Practice yoga Practice cooking Practice … Continue reading Just do the work
Nothing is impossible, the word itself says, "I'm possible!" Audrey Hepburn Back to school for all ages. As you probably know by now, I REALLY love essential oils. To be entirely honest, I still don't know everything to do with all the oils. BUT, I'm learning. How am I learning? With the help of Elena … Continue reading Back to School
Mother female parent a woman in authority an old or elderly woman source, origin tenderness or affection the extreme or ultimate example of something's kind (from various internet references) This is always such a funny holiday. Some people love it and are extremely happy. Some people miss their moms and have broken hearts. Some people … Continue reading Mother’s Day, 2018
I already know that some people will take this the wrong way. Reading back over this, there are times in my life when I would have taken it the wrong way. There are probably times yesterday when I would have taken this the wrong way. There are times tomorrow, next week, next month, and next … Continue reading Superiority
There are five elements that contribute to Martin Seligman's Well-Being Theory. While I'll take time to discuss all of them, Meaning is our focus today. Seligman explained that meaning speaks to one's connection to and service toward something bigger than the self. Sometimes, I feel meaning is quite simple to assign. Subjectively, I can say … Continue reading Meaning Monday
We are still in the fist part of the year. That's not a typo. I meant, "fist," not, "first." We are assaulted by the new year and with all its expectations, resolutions, and wintery mixes. Then we navigate the hypermanic and bipolar episodes of weather (sunny and 50 one day followed by a rainy 38) … Continue reading Self Care?
If I can't impact people, this whole thing is a waste. Chris Rosati Inspiration is everywhere. This week, I found inspiration in my grad school lecture. We can all impact others in positive ways. Please take a few minutes to watch. Then share what pops up for you. https://www.cbsnews.com/video/on-the-road-the-silver-linings-playbook-of-an-als-patient/ Share. Think. Connect. Elevate.
"Do not let your struggle become your identity." Too many times, we struggle to the point which we can no longer determine where the struggle ends and we as people begin. If this is any of us, perhaps this awareness can allow the taking of a single step, or a million steps to place a … Continue reading Identity
As usual, it likely depends. In the past few years, I found that I'm often worried if people are mad at me. I worry and worry and worry about it. Until the next time I see the person and they don't seem mad (or they are acting like they aren't mad) and then all that … Continue reading Are you mad at me? Should it matter to me?
If we open our eyes, hearts, and our minds, we can create an amazing existence. If we refuse to accept mediocrity, we can thrive. If we stop waiting around for everyone else, we can change the world. "If not now then when? If not you then who?" If If you can keep your head when all about … Continue reading if we consider
It's really easy to tell myself to learn from my mistakes. But then I actually have to go and do it. I have to remember that everything from last year did not serve me or others well (somethings did, so I'll keep those). Everything from last year did not raise the vibration of myself... or my community. … Continue reading Remember
The meeting of two eternities - the past and the future... is precisely the present moment. - Henry David Thoreau All we can do is live in this moment. Worry and fear are whipping in the winds of the future the potential happening there. Guilt and regret are rooted in the events of the past. We … Continue reading Today
2018 starts in a few hours. I got to thinking today about 2017. What would I go back and change? Then it hit me: STOP THAT! I can't go back and change anything from 2017. But, I can sure as heck learn from the mistakes there. In 2018... I'm going to stop being so small. … Continue reading #20gr8teen
Looking for a little direction for your 2018? I recommend giving this a little try. Take a chance. What could it hurt? What would this year be like if you took control and lived it with intention? Mapping 2018 Recording of Elena's Call Elena Brower's Mapping 2018 Guidebook to enhance the call. It is worth the … Continue reading Today’s Job Title: Cartographer
Respect yourself enough to say, "I deserve peace," and walk away from people or things that prevent you from attaining it. -Jerico Silvers For me, the week between Christmas and the start of the New Year is always a good time to reflect, acknowledge, analyze, accept, and/or release. What has served me well this year? … Continue reading Reflect and Release
After Apple-Picking Robert Frost My long two-pointed ladder's sticking through a tree Toward heaven still, And there's a barrel that I didn't fill Beside it, and there may be two or three Apples I didn't pick upon some bough. But I am done with apple-picking now. Essence of winter sleep is on the night, The … Continue reading A Poem
Today, I'm thankful for the annual reminder that gratitude and thankfulness can extend far beyond November into each and every day. So, although this year's Thirty Days of Thankful is coming to a close, it doesn't mean I'm going to stop feeling thankfulness and gratitude. I'm thankful for all the readers who have gone on … Continue reading Thirty Days of Thankful 3.0… Day 30
Today, I am thankful for these words presented by a lovely mentor Your new life will cost you your old life. Having these words and understanding that every single moment or every single day is another chance for a new life helps maintain perspective. What would it mean if you took the next minute to … Continue reading Thirty Days of Thankful 3.0… Day 29