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I am writing this blog post during a perfect time of year for me. My kiddos are away with their dad for a week which means the house is quiet. Meditation music is playing. Candles are lit. My yoga mat is in the middle of the floor. Pure bliss!!
Well, today is the first day of a 3 day detox that I am embarking on as Iprepare my mind and body for the new year. This is an ideal time to lay the foundation for transformational experiences in 2017.
The first half of my year did not a reflect what I had set my intentions on as I prepared for this year. I spent the first half of the year physically and mentally recovering from two car crashes. In the meantime, I was still making sure I was moving in the direction of my dreams – to travel more. And…
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~Do What You Like Least, First Do I procrastinate? Why yes! I do and, I must say, I do it very well. Here is a great example. So, my daughter decided that she was no longer interested in playing the clarinet at the end of last year. I did not push the issue. I was […] … Continue reading Overcoming Procrastination —
I had a great workout tonight. Even after working all day I still have to take the time for myself. Exercise has always been one of my favorite ways to take care of ME! I hope you did the same for yourself today. 😃
I received a few more pictures from the Pink Friday event at Morehouse School of Medicine last Friday. Enjoy! 🙂
It is only by risking our persons from one hour to another that we live at all. And often enough our faith beforehand in an uncertified result is the only thing that makes the result come true. ~William James
One common factor that I find that many individuals deal with regarding healthy eating and weight loss is rationalizing. When an individual rationalizes his/her poor habits can lead to poor results and/or subsequent feelings of frustration and failure. I was like many others that engaged in this type of thinking. It was not helpful for … Continue reading Avoiding the Rationalization Trap