Be thankful for the struggles you go through…they make you stronger and wiser, and remind you of your own inner strength. Many people are struggling, but if you’ve gotten up this morning, then I say, “Hurrah for you!” You’ve gotten through step one of the day. While most people wouldn’t add struggles to their gratitudeContinue reading “Your Own Inner Strength”
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Autumn Embraces Change
Autumn embraces change, even as she is falling to pieces. ~ Angie Weiland Crosby When an abrupt change occurs, we have options in how we view it. We can close our eyes to the impactful change, hoping to not have to deal with it (because frankly we’d rather not upend our lives). Or we canContinue reading “Autumn Embraces Change”
Breast Cancer Awareness Month
October begins Breast Cancer Awareness Month which as a survivor, I thought perhaps I’d do a series on it and tell you my story. I’d also like to hold my hand out to anyone who needs a bit of help because this is not a journey that comes easily to those of us faced withContinue reading “Breast Cancer Awareness Month”
Good Morning World!
Well my friends, we’ve arrived at Monday again! I hope you had a lovely weekend and that your week ahead is filled with joy! What have you got planned today? This week? I have been sorting through family treasures which are filled with memories. Because I am a cancer survivor, I visit my oncologist everyContinue reading “Good Morning World!”
Embrace Mid-Life’s Joyful Change
There comes a time when we realize that we’re not those 20-somethings anymore. Bones seem to creak a bit more, weight settles around our middles and we notice more grey hairs and wrinkles. While that can be upsetting, I find it empowering. As a glass 1/2 full kind of gal, I suspect my views areContinue reading “Embrace Mid-Life’s Joyful Change”
What Do You Do?
Do you find it’s a hard question to answer when someone asks you, “What do you do?” because I always get tongue-tied. I am sure I should figure out what my ‘elevator pitch’ is and work on that a little more, but that’s just not me. I don’t just do one thing. I do aContinue reading “What Do You Do?”