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Wait Before You Judge The Moment

Wait Before You Judge The Moment

“Do not judge the moment because once you judge it good or bad you limit it from being something else.” ~ Jay Shetty The other day I was watching Jay Shetty in an interview (see link below if you do not know who he is) and he was talking about how often we limit the … Continue reading

It May Not Be What It Seems Like

It May Not Be What It Seems Like

“Sometime when things may seem like they are falling apart, they might actually be falling into place” ~Unknown Today, may be a difficult day for many of us, if not all of us.  We are all going through many changes and struggles.  They are all different, yet somewhat the same. One of my good friends … Continue reading

Accept The Challenge?

Accept The Challenge?

As I posted earlier this week, we are all in the midst of change.  Change of some sort, at work, from school, at home, in relationships, the list goes on and on. I was listening to Ryan Holiday’s Daily Stoic video the other day and he happened to mention this quote above by Viktor Frankl … Continue reading

Humor in the Workplace

Humor in the Workplace

Right now, our workplace is closed as I am sure many of yours are.  I do miss seeing my coworkers and connecting with them, but I know that we will all be back together in the future. As I was thinking about when we reopen our office, I was wondering if some if not all … Continue reading

How to Release Anxiety and Stay Present 


How to Release Anxiety and Stay Present 


Happy Wednesday to you all!  I have been blogging for 10 years now and it has been such a great adventure as I have met many of you.  Now I haven’t personally met you but many of us have become blogging friends and even connect through other social media platforms where we have shared pictures … Continue reading

What I Know About The Unknown

What I Know About The Unknown

I was talking with the owner of a small business the other day and they expressed that they had been struggling with the question of trying to expand and grow their business or to keep things as they are.  When I asked what were their weighing factors to making the decision, they were very honest … Continue reading

4 Steps to Overcome Distractions

4 Steps to Overcome Distractions

I was listening to Brendon Burchard today in his HPX Life New Year’s program to his members and he was talking about distractions in our life that take valuable time away from us.  He said, “thirty minutes of surfing social media each day equals 22 eight-hour workdays over one year.”  When I heard that I … Continue reading