Have you ever wondered about what would have happened if you’d decided to pursue a particular interest or hobby further?
Category Archives: Honoring Self
Today’s motivational nudge: Embrace the contradictions
Have you every had the feeling that you want to do less but you also want to do more —
Today’s motivational nudge – do a little less, do what’s more important – do it with greater care
We all need the reminder to let go of distractions and focus on priorities now and again.
Today’s motivational nudge : Gently step away from autopilot mode
I want to be more intentional about my time as we all embark on the new year’s journey in 2023.
Word of the week : “abundance”
As we draw closer to the end of the 2022, I have that usual bout of feeling that there’s not enough time before the end of the year..when, in fact, there is just the perfect amount of time between now and December 31.
Today’s Motivational Nudge: Letting go of the scarcity mindset
I think that it is perfectly possible to shop up a storm while convincing yourself that you’re creating abundance..yet, be in a place of scarcity when making those decisions.
Today’s question of the day: Habit Stacking – yay or nay?
The idea of habit stacking has gained more validation and visibility over the past couple of years — this is the idea of anchoring a new habit to an existing habit so you can utilize an existing neural pathway to help with building a new neural pathway.
Today’s motivational nudge: Avoid those Black Friday Sales – instead, customize and curate
The funny thing about decluttering is that you can’t just do it the one time and then collapse into a puddle of relieved relaxation for weeks.
The centering quality of calming routines
When I think of “coming back to center”, I think of getting back to feeling serene and connected to that place of inner strength we each have within us.
Today’s motivational nudge: Letting go of the gap between “what is” and “what isn’t”
I think that in so many ways so many of us are striving to reach for “what isn’t” or “what isn’t yet” — instead of fully immersing ourselves in the beauty of “what is”.