Journaling is the second best thing you can do for balance and well being. Over time with consistent practice, writing what’s on your mind can help you keep balance between mind-body-spirit, being-doing, or even work-life if that’s your model! I have been journaling for decades, and can attest firsthand to the power and focus it … Continue reading Balance and Well Being: Journaling is Powerful Personal Private
To Be = I Am, and it only just occurred to me! Today is Sunday, August 30, 2015. I told myself I wouldn’t write on weekends because I want to reserve that time for family. Plus, you’re busy with yours, and so can’t we all just be on a Sunday? But I had somewhat of … Continue reading To Be = I Am
Work-Life Balance is a mediocre model, at best, and we have positioned Mind-Body-Spirit as perhaps a better way to create and maintain balance because it focuses on you taking care of you regardless of whether you’re in the office or at home. After further contemplation, there’s a third model to consider: the balance between being and … Continue reading Work-Life Balance? Consider Be-Do Balance
…is when you’re asleep. Sleep science is a relatively new area of focus for the wellness and medical community, although most of us know intuitively how important sleep is for mind and body health, and an overall sense of well being. It is recommended that adults have at least 7-8 hours of sleep each night. … Continue reading The Most Important Part of Your Day
I find pennies and dimes all the time. I find them everywhere – sidewalks and streets, busy intersections, restaurant floors, retail counters, and even the women’s locker room. When meditating one morning recently, I asked why I find them? It came to me that it’s a sign from the Universe that it hears me and is … Continue reading Allowing Abundance
What are you known for, and what do you want to be known for? What is your self-image, and what characteristics, personality traits, and values make you? Have you ever tested your Brand with a friend or colleague to get real honest feedback? I did this a few years ago. I spent some real time … Continue reading What’s Your Brand?