In this strange time, it feels like the Coronavirus sucks up all of the oxygen in the room. But still, there are moments of kindness and happiness to cling to - here's one of mine. He bought me a big glass jug of chocolate milk from the store. His grin is stretched broad across his face … Continue reading chocolate milk
Today I’m grateful for the natural rhythm of a new year. It can help us reevaluate and determine what we want. Resolutions may be tricky, but thinking about what is important and what you need - that is never a wasted effort. Wishing you some positive change this year. 🙂
...your name is safe in my mouth. - This quote or some variation of it has been attributed Jess C. Scott and Jodi Picoult. I think this is one of the kindest things to say to another person. Be it a family member, friend, or partner - I promise not to smear or betray you … Continue reading safe
If words contain a kind of magic, then the right words hold an incredible power. Over the course of your life, you've no doubt felt it. Whether it was a song that captured your own struggle, a book that captured your heart, or someone expressing their love - you've felt the power of words before. … Continue reading Quotable: nothing good or bad…
What if we stopped wishing ourselves past the hard stuff and focused on being present?
The idea of being present - of not looking backward or forward too much - is an important one. Slowing down, taking stock of our blessings, and paying attention to the world around us is important in how we relate to people and the world, and in how we can find happiness. But when we're … Continue reading Be present – for the hard stuff too
It's been little while since I wrote a quote post, but I think this one is well worth the effort: "Everything has beauty in it, but not everyone sees it." - Confucius It might sound a bit cheesy, but this year I'm trying to make an effort to start each day with gratitude. I'm hoping … Continue reading Seeing the beauty