The act of cleansing is so gratifying, isn’t it? When you finally get the urge to clean out that closet or you’ve just had it with that extra inch or two of a muffin top spilling over your jeans—it’s time to clean out the kitchen and clean the house.
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.
When you ask people all around the globe the question, “What are you most longing for in your marriage, in your family and in your life?” The not so surprising answer is: Happiness.
There’s a strategy in Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff that challenges readers to write a heartfelt letter—so I decided to write one to you.
After an election as volatile as this past one, we may find ourselves standing on opposite sides of a line drawn in the sand.
For many reasons, I’ll admit that January, despite my best efforts to launch into the new year with enthusiasm, has felt slow to me—a place where I am in a bit of limbo. I’ve got a book proposal out and am eagerly awaiting news from publishers.
I got in my Lyft ride on Saturday to go back to my car, and my driver said, “Are you part of the protest?” I immediately replied, “No! Not at all. I was here to stand with others for our civil rights; I was part of a march to move forward.”
Ever since my beloved Richard died ten years ago, I've never wanted anyone to pity me. From day one, I knew that this was no accident without beauty; I knew, even then, that it carried deep power for my soul growth.
When you see a three-horned monster, RUN!
But otherwise, no matter what’s in front of you, just stand still and breathe.
Every new year I ask the divine, “What is my word to embrace this year as a thread to guide me along my journey in this new beginning?”