The seasons in nature have much to teach us about transitions. In the first week of Spring, it seems fitting to share reminders to let go of what no longer serves us to make way for new growth and possibilities. This week's message is all about "spring cleaning your spirit".
All too often, this miracle called the human body gets used and abused until something goes wrong. Today, I challenge you to start loving your body and making that a priority. The benefits of energy, vitality, greater mental clarity and likely a more illness-free life will be well worth the small investment of time, energy and love you invest.
We live in a stressed-out, hurry-up world that is often fueled by the way we talk to ourselves about our tasks, priorities and to-do's. It's still early in the new year and a good time to reflect on how we actually create unnecessary stress by the way we describe ourselves. If you're ready to make positive changes to reduce your stress, this week's MMC is for you! Read on and relax.
Life throws lots of challenges our way. And as I've learned on my cancer journey, it's best if we don't attempt to take on challenges that haven't arrived yet! Please read on for what I've learned about living one day at a time.
Between the speeded up pace of life and the constant barrage of negative news it can be difficult to dig for the positive. But November offers us the perfect opportunity to reverse the negativity by deeply absorbing the good. Today I invite you to join me in starting a November gratitude revolution, and I offer you several simple ways to do it. You have nothing to lose and a harvest of positivity and gratitude to gain so let's get started!
It happens to all of us: we learn something new, whether through a formal course or the school of hard knocks, and we vow to put our new-found knowledge to work immediately to help us improve our lives. But then life gets in the way, and often those good intentions turn into little more than half-hearted promises that go nowhere. Read on for ways to stop the backward spiral and start translating those ah-ha's into action.
We live in a culture that lauds the "cool headed decision" as the gold standard. And certainly many decisions benefit from an evaluation of the facts, pro's and con's, etc. But if we ignore the wisdom of the heart in making decisions it often results in poor decisions and consequences ranging from procrastination to downright rebellion. Read on for ways to identify how to incorporate more heart-wisdom into your personal decision-making process.