Question your beliefs. Sometimes we believe things for so long they just settle in and stay. Challenge whether or not they’re still working for you. What could happen if you open up, take a chance, let yourself be vulnerable? Too often behaviour is driven by the need to avoid shame – the need to avoid … Continue reading Looking For A New ‘What If’
I cannot guarantee you that you’ll never fall, but I can guarantee you this, you’ll always rise up!!! Also, failing means you tried. It is also how you can learn things. So be happy with who you are and what you have. It doesn’t mean you can’t be ambitious in life. Be ambitious in things … Continue reading You Are Enough
Basic goodness is always there, and because of that, no matter what chaotic things are happening around us, we can count on it. We don’t need to prove it to anyone, or worry that we won’t be good enough. It’s freeing.
How often do you take time to go out for an hour long walk? To just sit out in nature doing nothing but contemplating and enjoying the silence? I’m sure there are a few of you who indulge in this luxury regularly, but most of us don’t make time for solitude on a daily basis. For some, it’s too much of a luxury: the struggle of daily existence is too close to survival level to even think about an hour alone in nature.
"Whatever we plant in out subconscious mind and nourish with repetition and emotion will on day become reality." - Earl Nightingale Please Pin
Living a simple life is about paring back, so that you have space to breathe. It’s about learning to live with less, because you realize that having more and doing more doesn’t lead to happiness. It’s about finding joys in the simple things, and being content with solitude, quiet, contemplation and savoring the moment.
Most of us want a greater sense of inner peace and ease in our lives — life can be stressful, chaotic, overwhelming, full of distractions, exhausting. We want to get away from all of that, exit the madness, and get to a place of greater peace. I’m going to share how to find that life of peacefulness in one simple method. In a minute.
I’m going to share some ways I’ve been trying to move more deliberately — none of them new to me or you, but more of a coming back to what I know to be helpful. We’re always coming back.
Focus on progress, not perfection.