Photo by rawpixel.com on Pexels.com Stasis is a period or state of inactivity or equilibrium. Short periods of stasis can be good. It gives you a chance to rest and get comfortable. Being in a constant state of flux is as exhausting as it is exhilarating. However, a lifetime of stasis is like living life... Continue Reading →
I can give you a six-word formula for success: Think things through - then follow through. Eddie Rickenbacker
What's wrong with being confident? Not a damn thing! Have confidence in yourself even when no one else does. Have faith in your ability when others are questioning them. Be consisent. Be tough. Follow through. Believe in yourself! Have faith in your abilities! Without a humble but reasonable confidence in your own powers you cannot... Continue Reading →
June has been difficult; stressful. There's been lots of talking at me, about me, and around me. Lots of assumptions of who I am, what I know, and how much I am worth. One thinks I'm not worth the hype. Someone else believes I'm a possible threat to the project... My project. Another think's I'm... Continue Reading →
This (rebranded) (semi)repost is very timely for my family. Monster is done with the daycare he's attended for the last three years and he's starting camp this summer and school in the fall. Sunday night, it finally hit him. And the fears and tears came right before bed. He wasn't going back daycare. He didn't... Continue Reading →
"Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the most awesome of the all?" "You, of course." Positive self-talk is so crucial to self-love. If no one else tells you you are awesome, look in the mirror and tell yourself. Your worth is not determined by your degrees, your martial status, your socio-economic status, or your body... Continue Reading →
Photo by Nicole Law Rest is essential. Sometimes, you don't need another challenge; you don't need to hunt for the next best thing, and you don't need to get find something fun to do. You need rest. I learned this new and fascinating concept while talking to a life coach who specialized in career changes.... Continue Reading →
In a world of scarity and never enough, know that you are more than enough and the only person you are required to impress is yourself. Free Fonts Used: TrashHand and KaushanScript-Regular Free Photo By: Steve Johnson
In life, no one escapes getting hurt. Not the saint, the shut-in, or the innocent. Dust yourself off and keep going.
I pray sometimes for you Ask God to take away your pain Or make it bearable so it’s no longer visible in your eyes I ask him to give you peace of mind And maybe some hope A lot of strength too I sometimes pray for you With all I have I ask God to... Continue Reading →
It's hard to see the sun when your eyes are closed tight and you are braced for impact. Hold on. Take a deep breath. Keep your eyes on the horizon. Better things are coming.
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 →
This has not been a good two weeks. There have been more losses than wins, more yelling than kind words, and more aggravations than laughs. These moments require a little extra encouragement to push you through the day. At the height of my frustration, when I was just about to start feeling sorry for myself,... Continue Reading →
Photo by Meleny Thomas, Meleny Inspires Consulting LLC Sometimes, the methods used to survive difficult situations hinder the ability to elevate and move forward on a new path.A heart of stone may have gotten you through a loveless childhood with your sanity intact, but that lack of vulnerability is keeping you from finding and keeping... Continue Reading →
My one and only goal for the year.