Yesterday, while shopping at the local Wal-mart, I was walking out with my full cart and saw, from a distance, lights twinkling. As I moved closer and the lights moved closer to me, I realized the lights were coming from a little girl’s shoes as she was skipping through the parking lot, towards Wal-mart, with […]
(photo courtesy of stuartmiles/freedigitalphotos.net) As I have taken on this blog challenge, I have discovered so many new blogs and people. I have seen posts about food, healthy living, family life, great deal discoveries, social media, emotional health, mommy life, essential oils, items made from the earth, spiritual growth, decorating tips, Bible crafts, Bible lessons,
I woke up this morning thinking about change. When I sat down to read my devotional the subject was about change. Wow, no coincidence there! Change for many people can be paralyzing and devastating. Change does not do that for me but I can understand why it does for so many people. I can
A word I use, a lot in my business, is “deliberate” or “intentional”. To me, this is one of the most important words we can use in our day to day life……let me explain. Thesaurus.com has several synonyms listed for “deliberate” intentional purposed aforethought planned calculated thoughtful willful conscious When working with an organizing client,
I have always heard the phrase, “Sticks and stones will break my bones but words will never hurt me”. I understand the concept behind that phrase but I know it to be very untrue. Words have power; the power to hurt or to heal and we have to be so careful how we use them.
This is a phrase I often use with my clients and with myself……do what you know. Many times we have a lot of knowledge about something but are unwilling to take the steps needed to act on what we know even though it will most often produce positive results. Many people I know
I am trying to change a “bad” habit. On the surface it doesn’t look like a bad habit but that is the way it is playing out in my day. The habit I am trying to break is getting up in the morning, immediately looking at my phone and checking e-mail, Facebook, Words with Friends