Say No to Resolutions and Yes to Alignment

Every year people make resolutions. Instead, I say, let's course correct. Many people, most I think, are close to being the person they long to be. There is just a small handful of things keeping them from their goal. Contrary to popular opinion, what's preventing you from being your be self is not money or... Continue Reading →

Do You Like Who You Are?

It's that time of year again! There is less than a month until the new year, and people are already thinking about their resolutions. New Year or not, most people want to progress. They want to grow and be better than they were previously. Here's the problem. I think on the way to personal growth,... Continue Reading →

Small Progress

Small progress is still progress.Unknown 2019 is zooming by, making way for 2020. It is so weird to know that 2020 is just a couple months away. With the holidays and new year coming, it is normal for people to start taking stock of their accomplishments for the year. It is equally normal to be... Continue Reading →

Sometimes, It’s Okay to Look Back

You are changing. We all are. Slowly. One decision at a time.

Get Out of My Head!

Photo by: Free photo 8569636 © Sklemin - Sometimes someone says something about you that ping-pongs in your head. Whether you agree with the statement or not, you can't stop thinking about it. It's like being caught in a revolving door with no way out and no emergency button. Over and over you hear... Continue Reading →

Thank You, Next

It's taken me several years to get to this point, but I can say without falter that I trust the universe. Even with my control issues, my need to know what's around the corner coming for me, I trust that things happen for a reason. I trust it to toss lessons my way in the... Continue Reading →

The Upper Limit Problem

I just finished reading a book by Gay Hendricks called The Big Leap: Conquer Your Hidden Fear and Take Life to the Next Level. I read a lot of self-help, how to unlock hidden potential books for several reasons. One of my purposes in life is to help others (namely school and college-aged) discover their potential.... Continue Reading →

The Practice of Forgiveness: Forgiveness Part III

I had this brilliant post to close out my series on forgiveness, but I could not press publish. It's been sitting in my drafts—being worked and reworked—for months. It was about forgiving like a child, and just stating your issues and moving forward, all carefree and happy like a toddler. Not storing the hurt and... Continue Reading →

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