Last week, I took my first two acting classes at an amazing studio, and since then, I've been working on learning more about how I feel in different situations, and finding what feels true to me in various circumstances. We all are the stars of our own show, and everybody else is just playing their … Continue reading Stay True to YOU!
Now that some major tax deadlines are finally behind us, I was determined to take a day off of work so that I could catch up on life and have a little "me" time. I've always struggled with taking days off, because the break in routine causes me to be mostly unproductive the entire day, … Continue reading Lessons Learned from a Day Off
As a child, I spent a lot of time outdoors, playing games, riding bikes and pretending the floor was lava. I read books often and for pleasure and ran my little heart out until I was exhausted from all the fun by the end of the day. I spoke in fake accents and pretended to … Continue reading Embracing Your Inner Child
Hey guys! Some of you may know that I work for an accounting firm, so the beginning of this week was pretty busy for me. A lot of us forget how to nourish our bodies and minds during periods of stress, so I wanted to share a few things that I did to keep myself … Continue reading Making Lemonade
I want to live a happy, healthy life. I'm sure you do too. Because we have so many goals to keep ourselves on track and to keep ourselves healthy, we often get caught up in what we're doing and not doing, and often don't take a lot of time to consider how wonderful our world … Continue reading An Attitude of Gratitude
“You can never deplete your love by giving it away. Why not give yourself to love?” – Debasish Mridha Did you mention your wits, your ingenuity, your “stick-to-it-ness” attitude, your awesomeness or did you fall under the trickster’s spell category and say “oh no! Nothing about me is special? It’s just an illusion! It’s high […] … Continue reading Share: Love Yourself
So many people think about becoming healthier or happier and immediately think it involves an entire lifestyle re-do. That makes it so overwhelming and frustrating to work through, so why do so many of us do it? We're taught for so long (whether directly or indirectly) that working hard for something will lead us to … Continue reading Doing Little Things to Improve Your Life