Mindfulness, Personal

Trailblazing

In a way, we are all trailblazing through life. We are creating paths that have never been traveled before. While we learn from lessons and listen to the guidance of those older than us, the fun part of living is learning and trailblazing. The other day I was walking down the street, and I thought… Read More Trailblazing

Mindfulness, Personal

3 a.m. Regret

I woke up, and I was suddenly showered with regret. I’m sure the average person has had at least ONE of those nights. Whether it is a night that is a little too much fun, or the middle-of-the-night (somewhat crazy-puff) moments where we can’t resist, we’ve had a 3 a.m. regret. For me, it was… Read More 3 a.m. Regret

Mindfulness, Personal

Quaran-To-Do

With all of this extra time at home, it is shocking that I haven’t been writing. I do not have an excuse. I’ve purely been distracted with other things; however, when I video-chatted with a friend last week, she encouraged me. “I’m been sitting here and waiting for your next post,” she said. Well, thank… Read More Quaran-To-Do

Mindfulness, Personal

Grey Zone

Isn’t life great when we have all the answers? When things are black and white, it’s easy (or at least easier) to make a choice. We can look at the respective paths with all of the information and make an educated decision. However, what about when we do not have all of the information? That… Read More Grey Zone

Mindfulness, Personal

A Lesson In Self-Love

Today I thought I’d give you three short notes about self-love. Self-love is truly one of the most important qualities one can have and it takes a lot of work sometimes. It’s not about thinking you’re perfect or being a complete narcissist, but it is about accepting yourself, giving yourself permission to focus on you,… Read More A Lesson In Self-Love

Mindfulness, Personal

Winning?

Usually winning is clearly defined. In sports, it is the team with more points at the end of the game or the person that crosses the finish line first. However, this week I was thinking about the less clearly defined “wins” in life. The ones that involve power struggles. These wins can involve self-sacrifice or… Read More Winning?

Mindfulness, Personal

Weakness

When you think of weakness what comes to mind? Is it the image of someone who is unable to move forward physically or mentally? Or perhaps someone who is just not as strong as you are at a particular task or activity? Too often weakness is treated as a bad word. No one strives to… Read More Weakness