Imagine yourself going for a walk in a beautiful wooded area. Now imagine there is a swarm of mosquitos buzzing around your head. How much of the wood are you able to appreciate? This is what it felt like last week as I headed into the final few weeks of school. I was panicking as […]
Remembering where you came from can be an illuminating exercise.
Remembering what you value, and why something is important will smooth the path to decision making, taking action and determining whether something has a place in your life.
For all of my adult life, I have had a significant amount of emotional and mental baggage in the area of food. I have been known to say that if I even think about trying to lose weight, I will immediately put on 10 lbs.
Twice in the past few weeks, I’ve been asked to think about the question “Who am I?” Perhaps the question is not only “who am I”, but also “who do I want to be?” Am I nurturing the parts of myself that I want to grow?
Courage is more than having the ability to start. Courage is also the fortitude to finish. Bianca Olthoff
With less energy focused on avoidance, I found myself making some different decisions – better, more conscious choices that are in line with who I want to be and where I’m heading.