In 1926, Girl Guide and Girl Scout delegates gathered at a global conference and decided…
Tag: self reflection
I read recently that Oprah Winfrey begins her day in quiet, an opportunity to center herself and “order her day.” I like to do the same. It doesn’t take long, yet can make a huge difference to the way I approach my daily life.
“Breathing is one of the most important connections between your mind and your body,” … Just your focused awareness on the very thing that is as automatic to you as the beating of your heart. And, it can be done anywhere at any time.
Life is forever changing. That’s just a fact. But there are specific times on this life’s journey when each of us experiences major transitions… Not only do we experience transitions in the most obvious ways, such as careers or relationships, but also in such things as geographical locations, youth/age, retirement, etc.
So often we look at the necessary labors of life as a burden. Those “have to’s” we consider the bane of our existence … I want to propose that we try another approach: attend to such duties with openness and gentle attention.
Labor Day is around the corner and the end of August marks the completion of summer for most of us. Why not take the best of summer with you into the fall? A bit of reflection can help you do so.
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.
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?