There is a reason why Loverboy's "Working for the Weekend" song is so popular. The weekend is a time to relax. It's a mini-vacation from work. Some people choose to read a book or go to the park while others take small road trips and have movie marathons. Even though there are only two days, you can still relax in several different ways.
This is the world of Grandma Minnie, the Brooklyn of my youth, full of wonders and windows as far as I could see, out of which countless heads would lean and call for children I didn't really know.
My dear friend asked me to write a post on achieving abundance since I haven't touched on this for some time and she needed something to lift her ...
I was 12 years old when I made my first vision board. Our assignment was to create a representation of what we hoped our life would look like in the future. Like most children, I scoured magazines and newspapers for magnificent houses, fancy cars and pictures of exotic lands that I would travel to.
So here you go: The top five things that occurred when I stopped complaining, both the good and the bad.
I'm drawn to the peacefulness up here. All summer these two horses have been walking around without any fences, making the landscape even more idyllic and peaceful.
You've been hiking for two hours in a forest of tall trees. The ground beneath your feet is fresh and moist. The leaves that surround you are vibrant and green, brimming with life.
Sometimes we get upset, angry, disappointed, or defeated when life unfolds differently than we anticipated. And how we respond to this non-stop flow of change that sweeps through us each day becomes the fabric of our life.
When someone asks you who you are, what do you tell them? I am not asking about the fluff you place in your online dating ads, or the bare minimum characteristics you tell about yourself during a job interview. I am asking about the real you!
I'm stretched thin. I'm not just tired. I'm bone tired. I feel like Bilbo Baggins when he says, "I feel thin, sort of stretched, like butter scraped o...
Everyone tells you that your life will change when you have a child, but no one tells you that using the bathroom by yourself will become a luxury. Your world literally gets turned upside down when you become a parent, and it can be easy to lose yourself.
We all need a break, a happy place where we can go and for a few minutes get away from it all, and that's what exercise can do. I encourage everyone to find their "happy place." It may be running, Zumba class, insanity, or playing a sport.
Our dynamics -- solitary or relational -- can be an opportunity for self discovery. We can view every encounter as a mirror through which to discover ...
It sounds like the start of a joke. "Oliver Sacks, Wayne Dyer and Wes Craven walk into a bar..." In fact, those three very different men went not in...
Many of us have a difficult time saying no, fearing that the other parties will be hurt, disappointed, angry, or feel less of us. Saying no with love is a simple, yet powerful way of communication that benefits both parties involved. Here are three steps you can take right away to say no with love.
To talk about balance is to express who we are and what we need as our lives shift and change, as circumstances, events and personal growth take place. In talking about balance we tell others what we need to feel supported and to sustain ourselves so we can thrive at whatever we choose to do.
We have a sacred history with those we remain bonded to. We know what each scar and crease in their life means. Things Carried Through the Fire My g...
Let us hope that we do not have to wait for a new version of the Fair Labor Standards Act to be enacted before the 21st century worker is given some relief from an impossible work schedule so that death does not precede retirement.
Life is meant to be a fun adventure. It isn't a race to the grave. Embrace and enjoy all that comes to you be it the good, the bad and the ugly. Use it to grow and become exactly who you want to be.
Fear is the most debilitating emotion there is and every one of us can live a life without fear. Majority of people are in fear of being late, losin...