Just For Today – I Will Do My Work Honestly

Desiderata – Max Ehrmann “Enjoy your achievements as well as your plans. Keep interested in your own career, however humble; it is a real possession in the changing fortunes of time.” I am thinking, in a simple way – how today money and the making of money is the motivation for a career. Even this…

Just For Today – I Will Not Be Angry

Life is Better When You’re Laughing Today, I hope you find lots of ways to laugh! Photo Credit – Googly Woogly Doha, Qatar – Stables at Souq Waqif – Fun With Arabian Horses!

Just For Today – I Will Not Worry

Things You Can Control I like this list of things I can control in my life. It is simple and very doable. Easy? Not always. Especially when I’m craving chocolate, and Double Stuf Fudgeeo cookies are staring at me! Honoring Your Personal Values When I feel in control of my beliefs, attitude, the books I…

Loneliness

Loneliness is difficult to define. It can have many meanings, subjective for each person who feels it. At this time, my experience with loneliness is learning to be emotionally self-sufficient; a transition from reaching outside of myself for comfort to learning to reach within, and comfort myself. I’m very aware I’m in the midst of…

Be Your Own Hero

Flashback To September 1997 I was 27 years old when I first realized I had to be the hero in my life story. This profound realization happened during my 28 day stay in a program for addictions. During the cool down after an aerobics class, the instructor Marina played the song Hero by Mariah Caray….

Phoenix Rising From A Restorative Circle

This tattoo was born out of freedom. Freedom manifested from having space. Space to hear my inner voice more clearly while spending 2 months (and continuing), in solitude on the West Coast of Canada, on Vancouver Island. We all carry pain. Healing from this pain takes the courage to step into it, give this pain…

Personal Development – Living Alcohol Free – Musings During Day 78

February 18, 2019 Is the day I stopped drinking alcohol. This isn’t a first for me. I’ve a history with struggles of alcohol addiction. Life is Good Life truly is better without alcohol. I feel healthier. I have more energy. My face isn’t puffy. My belly isn’t bloated. My heartburn is gone. My marriage is…