Saturday, August 30, 2014

Purpose and Intention

Most Accomplishments! 
                                                                                  Most joyful thing when you know it is your effort.    

Friday, August 29, 2014



Discover the relationships with all things, with everything. Act and participate with life. Be Playful!

Saturday, August 23, 2014


Nurture your body, mind and spirit.

Maintaining a balance of the mind, body, and spirit is necessary to live a  fulfilled life. The three are interconnected and an imbalance in one of these aspects has a great affect on happiness and how we tend to view the world around us. 

When people talk about finding balance in life, it is often about balance of work and family life, and about balance of the hectic lifestyle and stress management. But I don’t think that is the most important area in our life that needs balance. What we truly need is to balance the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual dimensions of our lives. 
As human beings, we have body, mind and spirit. Our body needs nutrition and exercise, so do our mind and spirit.

The problem is that many people live one- or two-dimensional lives in a three- or four-dimensional world. Only when we learn to nurture our body, mind and spirit and keep them in balance, can we become more complete and live more fully. Emotional health and well-being are a crucial part of the wellness equation. 

There are many parts to keeping a balanced mind, body, and soul.
        To develop your level of self-awareness 
        To focus your mind on subjects that benefit you. 
        Pay attention to your thoughts.

While life can’t always be simply boxed into a formula, I have found that keeping these principles in mind can be of great assistance in most facets of life. One of the exciting things about this is that your attitude is one thing that is 100% in your control. 
It's simple but true; thoughts and attitudes are contagious. 


Monday, August 11, 2014

Mixed emotions

Almost everyone who enjoys traveling is subject to what is commonly known as the post-vacation blues, a type of stressed or blue mood that can affect you in the period after returning from a vacation or extended leave of absence.
Just as you're getting used to being home and your work life feels like a distant memory, you realize that your vacation or leave of absence is coming to an end. The thought of waking up at 6 a.m. and racing off to a job seems impossible. 

Having to get back into the routine of work,  and daily life in general can be a source of distress and discomfort as you feel the challenge of settling back in. While it may be unpleasant, the post-vacation blues can be overcome with a little determination and a focus on accepting what the vacation gave you and how valuable your everyday life is. 
No matter how long and hard you've thought about your decision to return to work, and how sure you are that it's the right choice, you need to be prepared for mixed emotions. 

Thursday, August 7, 2014

What is on your mind?

What does the word family mean to you? 

Every one of us has our own definition of what constitutes a family. The meaning of family, to me, has nothing whatsoever to do with biological factors. The love you have for your family is something that goes far deeper than your DNA. Families are who you love. I certainly appreciate their time and attention. I know it is valuable. 

Thank you for listening and sharing.