An Intuitive Day

(Photo cred: blog.crew.co) Don’t hate me when I say this, but, there are days I wake up and have absolutely nothing on my agenda.  Nothing urgent, nothing needing to be done “right now,” no impending deadline, just  f r e e  t i m e. What a blessing, right?  What a beautiful thing to haveContinue reading “An Intuitive Day”

Those Pesky Planes

I’ve been reading Dr. Luskin’s book called Forgive for Good, recommended to me by a friend who found it interesting because of his approach to forgiveness for health.  As a health professional, I was also intrigued.  I’d never heard anyone talk about it like that before, the need to practice forgiveness as a means toContinue reading “Those Pesky Planes”

Discover Your “Why”

I began a 100-Day Challenge a few days ago, with a long list of things I wanted to do on a daily basis.  I plan to mark off each one when it’s completed and then write a little more detail in my “challenge notebook” to record what exactly I did for certain categories. I wasContinue reading “Discover Your “Why””

Driving Your Mirrors

I don’t think I’ve mentioned this before, but I drive a race car.  It’s a silver 2001 Corvette Z06.  Now, I’m not that knowledgable about the inner workings of cars – I leave all the maintenance to my husband, aside from filling it with gas – but, I do love to drive. After receiving myContinue reading “Driving Your Mirrors”

Detours

“Not all those who wander are lost.” J.R.R. Tolkien I was on a road trip the other day, trying to get from the Sacramento area to the Bay Area,  when I had to take a detour.  The I-80 freeway was backed up for miles due to an accident.  I quickly checked my map app andContinue reading “Detours”

Talk to a Stranger

“Connection requires vulnerability.” – Dr. Brene Brown On a break from work last week, heading out to get a coffee, I was walking along the storefronts of a nearby shopping center, and when I looked ahead, an older gentleman wearing a Marine Corps cap was walking toward me.  I smiled and said hi as weContinue reading “Talk to a Stranger”