Wednesday, August 1st, 2018 The gift of health 1.) First thing in the morning, write 10 things that you would like to have in your life, want to accomplish, what goals you want to reach, there are no limits to this. Then be grateful for these things in advance. Write them as if you already have them, not as if […]
Tuesday, July 31st, 2018 Day # 3 – Beautiful Relationships 1.) Repeat the exercise from the first day. (I’m sure you have a handle on it now.) As soon as you wake up in the morning write down 10 things that you would like to have in your life (goals, dreams, aspirations, things, places to go and visit) and be […]
Monday, July 2nd, 2018 The Magic Rock 1.) Repeat the exercise from the 1st day. 2.) First thing in the morning, write 10 things that you would like to have in your life, want to accomplish, what goals you want to reach, there are no limits to this. Then be grateful for these things in advance. Write them as if […]
Sunday, July 29, 2018. The Twenty-Eight Day challenge is simple, you think of 10 things that would like to have, improve, recover from, understand, do, see, enjoy; there is no limit. Coming from experience, and completing 24 days in total, I did make several breakthroughs. I look back now, a little over two years from doing the challenge previously and […]
A while back, before anything else, for a lack of better words… when I was more in tune, when I felt the need to expand in a big way; I decided to do a challenge, to keep myself accountable and attuned to my current status in life. I stumbled upon a page on Facebook one day that was called “Gratitude […]
Below you will find a (hopefully) familiar scene from “Pooh’s Most Grand Adventure: The Search For Christopher Robin.” Here, Christopher Robin is giving Pooh a word of advice in case they are ever apart, which Pooh cannot even begin to fathom. The transcript from the movie which follows somehow ALWAYS brings me to tears. (see below photo) Christopher Robin: “Pooh […]
When someone states something like, “man my back really hurts today,” the normal response would be something along the lines of personal relation; such as, “man that sucks, I’m sorry, or ouch that’s no fun.” Where do we draw the line when relating others personal issues to ourselves?