Mostly I am surrounded by people who are givers. People who would bend over backward, and then a little more, to help others out, sometimes to the detriment of their own health and well-being. They say yes to every request them, they don’t want … [Read more...] about On Being ‘All’ to ‘All’
As I type there is a little button called distraction free writing mode when I click it all the clutter that is normally on the screen disappears. Boosh. Gone. That button offers me a blank space to type. The theory is it's supposed to help me pay … [Read more...] about Living Life Unfiltered (& June 2017 Journal Prompts)
"It is only when the correct practice is followed for a long time, without interruptions and with a quality of positive attitude and eagerness, that it can succeed" - Patanjali We tend to beat ourselves into a squidgy mental pulp when we judge where … [Read more...] about Correct Practice
Few things are mentioned more in the land of personal development tools and tricks than the journal. Like most things in life, some love the process, others hate it. Some swear that it helps with the confidence, self-esteem, clarity, goal setting, … [Read more...] about To Journal, Or Not to Journal: That’s the Question.
Life, like the seasons, is always changing. For many of us, the moment(s) arrive when it becomes pretty obvious that our current reality is no longer relevant, wanted, or the direction we want to take any more. You're shifting. You could be … [Read more...] about When the Shift Hits the Fan
You are the only person in the world who sees the world like you. What we tend to do is lock on to our own version of the truth and leave out other versions because well, our version is, of course, true. When we lock on to what is true for us … [Read more...] about On Being a Possibility Thinker