A few times, in this new world of technology, I’m embarrassed to admit that I’ve caught myself immersed in my phone when I should have been acknowledging a clerk or the person ringing up my groceries. I think about that, and I put my phone aside these days—even, sometimes, leaving it at home so I can be more present in my life.
In this week’s podcast episode, I’m exploring the importance of a day’s beginning.
How you start your day is how you’re going to live your day. I’ve found this to be true, always–and it’s a key […]
Buddha said, “There are three things that matter most: How much you loved, how gratefully you lived, and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you.”
Sometimes, there’s a voice that says, “Kris, ENOUGH already. Aren’t you done with that story? Isn’t it time to really open yourself to a new life partner?”
Remember those bumper cars?
Sometimes, we are like those bumper cars when our separate realities innocently collide.
Or, we have a dynamic pattern with the people we are closest to—like parents, siblings, partners, and friends—and we bump into each other almost intentionally within the framework of our dynamic.
Join me on the podcast today as we talk about taking your golden pause.
A golden pause is a break in your day when you slow down, reflect, and relax. You breathe and focus, mindfully choosing to remember what’s most important. It just takes a few minutes, and it’s a clarifying and refreshing break from the chaos that life can become.
Today on the podcast, I’m talking about practical ways to wake up to your life and live more vibrantly.
It’s truly a tragedy that so many of us trudge through life with a lack of joy. Especially in mid-life transition, it’s far too common for women to forget their passion, and therefore lose their purpose. But here, in mid-life, I’m proclaiming, “I’m not done yet!” And you don’t have to be either.
If I could impart one of the most powerful themes in the Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff books it’s this: When you react to life, you might as well drop something on your foot (ouch!) because the words you speak and the actions you take from knee-jerk reactions will play havoc in your life. You’ll have many regrets in the wake of your reactions.
It’s podcast day, and I am excited to share “What’s Next and What Now?” with you.
We’ll be talking about the tough waves of change (that are inevitable in mid-life, aren’t they?), and how we can navigate through them with passion and purpose. Transition can be the perfect opportunity for awakening to your most vibrant life yet.