Life comes and goes in a flash. Are you paying attention and soaking in the small pleasures of life? Or are you overwhelmed and feeling like you’re not getting the things done that matter or that you’re wasting your days? Here are 5 tips that can help you get the most out of life.
Savor the little things can also be thought of as the power of being present. Learn to appreciate and enjoy the everyday moments that make up the fabric of our lives. Significant events happen occasionally but the small ones happen from moment to moment. When you neglect the little things, you miss out on enjoying a large part of life.
As I started reading the book, Untamed by Glennon Doyle, I thought all women should read this book. Then I thought, all parents should read this book. Now, I think everyone should read this book. Doyle makes remarkable observations about life, written in an easy, witty style. It’s her memoir so, you’re reading about her personal life experiences, but from them, she offers up advice on how everyone can live their personal best life. Continue reading Words of Wisdom: Read, Laugh, Learn→
2020 has been a truly ugly year and I’ll be glad when it’s over. But it’s important to recognize the silver linings we found because of 2020 and I’m hoping everyone will stop to think about those things and not drop everything and return to the old normal but give careful consideration to what’s really important. Continue reading Silver Linings from 2020 to Take Into 2021→
A ray of sunshine in a sea of negativity. We’re living in unprecedented times with so much negativity surrounding us, it’s worrying, stressful, and exhausting. In the middle of this, I heard some good news that left me feeling hopeful.
I’m excited to share with you about an organization that blew me away. It’s started around 2016, but I just found out about them and participated in one of their online zoom debates with 1600 people around the country. My husband, Ron, also participated, and afterward, he said, “This is the first thing in a very long time that gives me hope that Republicans and Democrats can have civil conversations.”
I’ve been thinking about all the people out on the west coast who can’t go outside because of the fires, I’m so sorry.I just want to say that you’re in our thoughts. Stay safe. For the rest of us, much gratitude that you are able to get out and enjoy nature.
There’s no better time than now to get out in nature. Our world is stressful with COVID, home-schooling, politics, racial injustice, financial worries, social distancing, and more. Life is stressful, nature heals.