Thanksgiving may be in the wind but that doesn’t mean our gratitude should be too. Each new day gives us something to be grateful for. Gratitude shouldn’t be a passing ship or a notion of a specific day. Gratitude should be a constant. The fuel to rise, to do, and to be. I came across something the other day that read...
Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity.
We all have a routine. Those things we’ve been doing for ages that just seem to come naturally. Mindless. Without thinking or much effort. Whether it’s getting up at a certain time, automatic responses to specific questions, to how you process new information or prepare for meetings. Auto- pilot is alive and well. How though does being on auto pilot allow you to grow, learn, and ultimately be better? Contribute to living your best life?
I’ve been thinking about this idea a l
In light of last week’s Presidential election results it’s no secret that as a country we are more divided than ever. From race to religion, economic status, and basic rights for humanity the use of divisive rhetoric has the country torn. Families are up in arms, personal relationships, social circles and what we might have once viewed as safe spaces are no longer. It’s been a tough time for most, no matter what your opinion on the matter has been, and the question for many a
We don’t always get what we want in life. This we know as fact. But just because we don’t get what we want doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t continue to put in the work. It’s within the times we fail, that the greatest lessons become available to learn. The key is wanting to do so. I wasn’t sure what direction I was going to go this week but something I keep circling back to is the idea of taking action. So here we go. We all have choices in everything we do. Each day, and our l
As much as we are taught to be independent, think for ourselves, do for ourselves, be ourselves it doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t encourage and implore the idea of collaboration within our lives. If there is one thing in life I know, it is that no one gets anywhere alone. Community is a key factor in creating a full and purposeful life. Without it, it’s nearly impossible to cover the necessary ground to move forward. As the NYC marathon approaches this weekend I’ve been doing