I realized that I spend a good deal of my life being physically present but otherwise absent. I wondered what I was missing out on by trying to be in more than one place at a time. What was the cost of this multitasking approach to life?
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?
Do you have a self-defeating story that you’re tired of owning? These old stories become the incessant natter in our heads, the lies masquerading as truth, the illusions that become our reality.
Problems and pitfalls are easy to see. It does not take much to shut something down or to be critical. Is there a better way?
This jewel of an idea was suspended in front of me, a soft voice easily missed among a quartet of others. #dailyprompt
In a world full of busy, creating breathing space can have tremendous benefits.
This post is about the distorted signals we receive that impact our lives. (Estimated reading time 1 1/2 minutes)