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Rules Vs. Flexibility

Have you ever considered which is more important, rules or flexibility? Today this question was posed to me, and a small group of people, and the answers were interesting. Most people answered that rules are more important than flexibility. I did not. While it may seem obvious to have rules and that there will be… Continue reading Rules Vs. Flexibility

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Defeat

When you look too closely at something, you cannot see the bigger picture. There is more than this moment. There is more than the hurt and the pain you are feeling right now. This is not the end. So often, we get caught up in our own emotions. We live so passionately that we allow… Continue reading Defeat

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Accept

“Accept- then act. Whatever the present moment contains, accept it as if you had chosen it. Always work with it, not against.” -Eckhart Tolle  This can be so hard to do. Most times, rather than accepting things, we fight them and react to them. Accepting doesn’t mean you have to agree with the situation, but… Continue reading Accept

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Break it up

Have you ever been faced with an overwhelmingly big task? So big that you had no idea how to get it done? I have dealt with this many times and have found that the only way to tackle it is to break it up.  Prioritizing and creating more manageable sized tasks is crucial to your… Continue reading Break it up

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Eye Contact

I was given an interesting book by my brother and sister-in-law recently called Connect Every Day. It is a cute little book with simple prompts to help you connect with others every day and an opportunity to reflect. Being that I work from home and am always looking for inspiration to write, this was the… Continue reading Eye Contact

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Loss for Change

I started reading Maybe You Should Talk to Someone by Lori Gottlieb today. I literally only read 7 pages and already found a game-changing quote. She talks about change and says this, "As a therapist, I know a lot about pain, about the ways in which pain is tied to loss. But I also know… Continue reading Loss for Change