Tag Archives: Inspiration

Being Mindful

When you bring up the topic of being mindful, you can instantly tell who is open to a discussion that might be considered new-agey. To me, being mindful is about living in the moment and slowing down. When you are 100% engaged in an activity and immerse all of your senses in whatever it is that … Continue reading Being Mindful

Make Time for Playtime

  You will find more happiness growing down than up. —Unknown There’s more to playing than just having fun, though that’s important too! Many of us are just too serious. We seldom have laugh-out-loud fun. Playtime helps us physically and mentally by allowing us to exercise and be creative. Our imagination can be stimulated through a … Continue reading Make Time for Playtime

Sweat Equity

When you put energy and effort into something it becomes an asset, something of value, or perhaps something for which you hope to receive a reward, bonus or promotion. Sweat equity is the extra energy you expend, above and beyond what’s expected, that will propel you into the next level in many areas of your life. … Continue reading Sweat Equity

Intuition

The only real valuable thing is intuition.—Albert Einstein Have you ever had a gut feeling about a person or a situation? By gut feeling, I mean that inner wisdom, the power of your feelings, not logical thinking. This is a gray area of metaphysical science that has recently gained popularity among doctors and psychologists, although … Continue reading Intuition

What Makes You Sad?

Your pain is the breaking of the shell that encloses your understanding.—Khalil Gibran We all experience some things in life that have brought us to our knees. Whether it’s an illness, death, divorce, loss of a job or financial troubles, our uncontrollable situations can cause us great suffering and grief. At times, we feel sad … Continue reading What Makes You Sad?