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
Distinguishing between what is real and what we are making up in our minds can be difficult. Working from home and for myself makes this a constant battle for me. I find myself believing that if I am not working 8 hours a day 5 days a week, then I am not doing a good… Continue reading Real or Make-believe
What are the things that give you anxiety, stress, self-doubt or just plain unhappiness? Is it too much to do in a given day? Is it lack of exercise you keep promising yourself you will do? Is it not enough sleep? One could argue that we don’t accomplish the things we want to each day… Continue reading Are you consistent?
How to find peace in chaos We all want to be happy and at peace, right? This is so easy to do when we have clarity and simplicity in our lives. However, I am almost certain that no one’s life is simple and easy day after day. Most days are jam packed with to do… Continue reading #WednesdayWisdom
You are more than a title.
I don’t about you, but I always hated syllabus day in college. Many students see this day as a blow off day when no real work is done, but I always left each class feeling perpetually overwhelmed. To me, syllabus day was class after class full of seemingly endless tasks to be completed by the… Continue reading Syllabus Day
Live in the present. Today I am enthralled with the concept of mindfulness. It is the concept of being completely consumed with the present with a heightened awareness of your surroundings. This state of mindfulness should not be confused with a time when you notice every little thing that is wrong, because it is not… Continue reading Mindfulness