When you look too closely at something, you cannot see the bigger picture. There is more than this moment. There is more than the hurt and the pain you are feeling right now. This is not the end. So often, we get caught up in our own emotions. We live so passionately that we allow… Continue reading Defeat
I have thought a lot about my "life purpose". I know that it will change and that we are not necessarily meant to have one single purpose in life. However, at this moment in my life, I am finding that it is in times of struggle that we find our purpose even if it is… Continue reading Good out of pain
We like to tell ourselves that we don't know what to do. We get so caught up in the anxiety of actually making a decision that we convince ourselves that we have no idea how to proceed. However, we always know what to do. Think about a moment of crisis. Think about a time when… Continue reading You know what to do
I tend to, think that I have a hard time empathizing with people. I don't really know how to match their feeling in a moment unless I have gone through it. However, as I have grown and experienced more and seen more loss and tragedy, I am finding empathy to be more prevalent in my… Continue reading Empathy
For those who know me, you know that I am not the most optimistic person. I tend to gravitate toward negative and pessimistic thoughts. So, I can only imagine that those reading my posts are surprised to see me preaching about happiness and leading a more positive and joyful life. However, my goal in writing… Continue reading Full of it or on to something?
I have noticed a change in myself since beginning this journey of self-employment and daily reflection. I, like most women, have more clothes than I need. I have more purses, shoes, coats, jewelry and many other things than I will ever need. However, I have not had a desire to buy more since leaving my… Continue reading Worries
“We are born wise, we are born complete.” This interesting quote on my tea bag today got me thinking about life and society. We often say we wish we could see through a child’s eyes or that we miss our childhood, when we had no responsibilities or stress. So, what happens in life to “undo”… Continue reading Wise and Complete