And Then There Were Three: The Plus Sign That Changed My Life
*Note: This blog post was written in June, but I waited until now to share it with you. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed telling the tale. It started out like any other Thursday morning. I got up. I wrote in my gratitude journal (ok, fine, I don’t do that every […]
The shocking truth about your mind (and how it’s trying to ruin your life)
“Peace is not something you wish for, it is something you make, something you are, something you do, and something you give away. ” ― Robert Fulghum Last weekend I went to a self development workshop. We worked on a bunch of stuff (a very technical terms for “concepts”), and though this normally isn’t my […]
5 Ways to Have the Best Day of Your Life (seriously).
A lot has happened since the last time I wrote. For example, you’re two weeks older than you were last time – how about that? Maybe you’ve even celebrated a birthday, laid down in a field with fireflies (Amanda!), or had one of the best meals of your life (in which case, you must direct […]
What Tony Horton, Seth Godin, and a 109 year old Auschwitz survivor can teach you about happiness (and incidentally, road rage).
When I set out to write this blog post today, I had no idea what it was going to be about. In fact, I still don’t, so bare with me (bare with me? Bear with me? Whatever.). This morning, I woke up late (if you consider 7am late) because of a sleepless, nightmare filled night […]
Is Your Glass Half Full or Half Empty? How to see the World Through Rose Colored Glasses.
I noticed something interesting when I was in yoga the other morning. The teacher was delightful, and was leading us through a pretty difficult flow. During this one sequence, she could tell that we were struggling (or maybe it was just me – my muscles were shaking so much surely she saw them from across […]
Mastering the Art of Doing Nothing (and some colorful ramblings of a fearful flyer)
*Note: This entry was written on the first of three plane rides to Peru a few weeks ago. I tend to be a fearful flyer (now there’s an understatement), so I write through take off to help get my mind off the noise of the engines and the swoosh of the wind blowing past me […]