What keeps us from being happy? This is definitely a subjective question but whatever the particulars of our individual answers, underneath is likely insecurity…
I propose to you that the first and most important step to simplifying your life is not about decreasing or eliminating anything but instead about “noticing” and “allowing.”
Many of the prompts in my book, Your Journal Companion, can lead to great storytelling on paper as you allow yourself to write about the experiences that have shaped your life and hold meaning for you.
When we listen to our heart – our true knowing – and then take action from that knowing, we move forward in agreement with our highest good. It doesn’t mean that the path will not be rocky or circuitous, but when we “know that we know,” the journey takes on a greater purpose
It’s not too late to join the journaling challenge I offered ten days ago. It’s never too late to start journaling. Period!
Do you ever wake up in a funky mood and don’t know why? Or maybe an uncomfortable feeling creeps into your day. Most of us just try to brush it off and press on. But what should you really do?
I learned a lot from my father, some lessons took longer to learn than others.
I think back over my life and try to remember any time of more than a few months, maybe a year at most, that I did not have a feline companion. Why, you may ask?
I could take up space in this blog and write about what mine mean to me, and you might find it interesting. But the value and meaning of friendship is as unique for each person as his/her fingerprint, so exploring your friendships is what will actually benefit you.
Remember January 2015 ~ the month of good intentions and high motivation to make big changes in our lives? What happened?