How many minutes of our day do we waste fretting and worrying rather than doing?
Be honest. Do you sometimes judge others? I think we all do, even if some of us are hesitant to admit it. We judge people by what they wear, their education, their speech, and what we see on their dinner plate are just just a few examples of how we (as individuals, as groups, as […]
Who inspires and encourages you to be who you are and more?
Guest Post by: David Haas of the Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance. David has been writing and researching about the benefits of fitness while going through cancer, and also the effect that cancer support groups have on cancer patients. Exercise is known for its many health benefits, including the prevention of diseases such as diabetes, high […]
How do you view change? Do you embrace it with arms wide open? Or do you turn your back and try to keep the status quo?
Are you able to see the experience for what it may be or is it only upon reflection? We recently took a beginning foraging class and learned that the weed, wild mustard, pictured below is edible. Prior to the class I would have figured these for pesky weeds and now I know they are […]
How big is your “I should do that…” list?
If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion. – Dalai Lama photo by lupinoduck
How do you define the word “hero”? Must it encompass grand acts? What about simple acts of kindness? This six minute talk, Mark Bezos: A life lesson from a volunteer firefighter, tells a story that inspires greater definition what it means to be someone’s hero.
How often do you challenge yourself physically, mentally, healthily?