I wish I could say that I always feel great and shine brightly—but that is not the truth. As I sit here writing my new year’s message on New Year’s Eve, I’m all stuffy and sniveling with a cold.
We are full on humming along in December!
Happy holidays—with merriment and delight!
If so, enjoy!
But, what if you’re not feeling it? What if you’re feeling “blah humbug?”
The other day as I walked into my Zumba class, a woman walked up to me, and I was honored when she said, “Kris, whenever I have a question, I think to myself, ask Kris.” In that moment, I realized that I would love it if more of you wrote into me with questions that could direct the content of my blogs and podcasts.
It seems every week now there is a mass tragedy occurring some place. Whether it’s mother nature doing her thing or a loose gunman terrorizing a public venue, when I turn on the news, I feel like we are under siege.
There’s only one question we need to ask ourselves every moment: What is the most exciting thing I could be doing right now?
I recently had some minor surgery, and it forced me to slow down to a snail's pace and stay home. At first, it was all a physical thing. Any kind of surgery completely knocks you down for a few days as your body rushes all the energy and blood to heal the trauma of a knife.
Truth is, we are not always attracted to what’s good for us. Sometimes, our greatest rush is the excitement of what’s new and unexpected… and sometimes, a love partner brings that aspect of excitement into your relationship. I’ve been reading a lot about brain science lately. Brain chemistry is all about the release of different [...]
One of the great strategies for maintaining resiliency is to shift the focus and attention off what’s going wrong and instead focus on what’s going right.