I am convinced that quickest way to slide down the rabbit hole of negativity is to allow yourself to become a complacent participant in life by cutting off your connectivity with others. Look, I get it, maybe you are going through cancer treatment or other health issues, or you are dealing with an unexpected financial burden, or maybe a break-up, death of a loved one, … Continue reading Steps to avoiding the rabbit hole of negativity
I have always been fascinated with photography. Oh, not in a way that I ever wanted to pursue any sort of career with it. No, I’ll gladly leave that pursuit to my very talented brother and sister-in-law who have spent decades mastering not only a variety of camera lens and filters to achieve a perfect shot, but also possess a level of chill and patience … Continue reading Finding “Me” in a Photo
The elderly woman with the walker said, “Yes, we know that honey, the gal opens up at 8am, come and sit with us and help us figure out this damn puzzle!” Continue reading Life is a Puzzle, We are the Pieces
I remember the minute the words were out of my mouth, I wanted to crawl in a hole. I could literally see the light go out of my husbands eyes… Continue reading Are you “The Forgiver?”
Maybe the birds weren’t too smart after all. I mean I wouldn’t build my house with a potential disaster looming overhead like that. Continue reading Not all lemons make lemonade
…and everytime before the surgical anesthetic took me under, a fleeting thought crossed my mind: “Turn off the Stove!” Continue reading “Turn off the Stove!
I wanted to be that joy, that hope, that moment in time when there was nothing I could not do… Continue reading Keep Dancing!
Has it crossed your mind lately that no matter what you do to be positive about life, it seems the soldiers of negativity stand ready for battle, day and night? Continue reading Partnering with Negativity to Power Your Positivity!
I take great pride in being a problem solver. A helper.
Continue reading Time to put “The Fixer” on ice
A man does not know what he knowsuntil he knows what he doesn’t know.-Laurence J. Peter Prior to what I now call my own “Period of Enlightenment”, I’m ashamed to say that once I hit my twenties, my approach to cultivating wisdom, involved nothing more than the curation of “wise” people and “wise” experiences with a sort of impersonal detachment one might feel when walking … Continue reading Stop collecting wisdom…Cultivate it!