If your New Year diet has already failed, it’s not your fault. This post explains why. via How are You Going to Eat for the Rest of Your Life? — Julie de Rohan I had to share this post because Julie speaks to many of the issues I have experienced in my past struggles with food … Continue reading Saturday Share – How are You Going to Eat for the Rest of Your Life? — Julie de Rohan
It is said that we teach what we most want to learn. Research is "me search." One of the exercises I have tried while crafting my "offer" to my ideal clients is to consider the topics I most enjoy exploring through writing. By looking at my "tag cloud" or my category list, well-being and consciousness are … Continue reading What do you most want to learn?
How often do you ask yourself the question in your life: What is essential? Or a variation: what is essential for me right now? I just listened to the audio book (and am re-listening, because it resonated so much) that many of you minimalists out there probably already know, called "Essentialism: the Disciplined Pursuit of Less" … Continue reading Wellness Wednesday – What is essential?
How easy do you find it to forgive people? How easily do you forgive yourself when you make a mistake or do something wrong? I just finished reading Louise Hay's book, You Can Heal Your Life, and I found the premise fascinating. She believes that what we think about ourselves becomes the truth for us. … Continue reading Wellness Wednesday – Forgiveness
Hello and happy weekend! This Saturday's blog share is Angle Full of Grace, written by Kellie Knight. Kellie is a fellow Minnesotan located in the Northwest Angle of our state, a rather unique place that I must explore someday. She writes about life at the Angle, community, spirituality, wellness and gives s a lot of … Continue reading Saturday Share – Angle Full of Grace
On Monday night, hubby and I opted out of a wet, windy camping experience and booked a B&B in De Smet, South Dakota. Sunday night we’d spent the night in an AirBnB basement that was basically a retirement community (9 units) on the main floor. It was better than a wet camp site, for sure. … Continue reading Wellness Wednesday – on attitude