I’ve been told I’m always working on something as often as I’ve been deemed a “Lady of Leisure”. That phrase was placed like a crown on my head when I went down to part-time to begin building my business. Do I have more free time than others? I run my own business so I’d guess not. Yet I live with a philosophy which includes the creation of room in my schedule for all that’s important to me. Had I continued on at the regular job working for someone else under their rules a
For those of you who need to unwind chest tightness from sitting or doing forward work a lot. Like computer work, gardening, studying, dentistry, esthetician-ing, doing what I do, or anything that has you leaning or reaching forward! This one is for you and be sure to do the sitting part at the end (around 14:30)! Prop with a pillow under your elbow if it's uncomfortable when you are on your back and or a pillow or folded towel under your hand on your chest. DON'T push into p
I've heard it said that joy is our true nature. You can totally see that when looking at a child. They see the wonder even in the simple things in life! I don't believe we need to stop seeing the wonder as we grow older, either. Yet, in order to keep feeling the joy (which allows us to follow our bliss of happiness) we have to get rid of the beliefs we've adopted that stop us from experiencing the wonder and joy. What could be some of those blocks? For me, sometimes it comes
I felt it appropriate that Mother Earth cried her tears last night after many of us have been crying over recent events...all of them tragic. I got caught up in the news & heartbreaking videos and was left pondering about what a child said in one video. A woman's child was trying to comfort her mother after they both saw a loved one shot! That's our true nature: love. Love displayed by a child...they know love. They know what the "elevated Self" is instinctively. Hate is lea
Lately I've been continuing the work on business organization with creating clarity with billing systems. This had been a huge project, but it's nearing the end. The peace of mind and new order it will create is a good thing. I don't like to have huge question marks with something that needs to be rock solid. In order for good functioning you want to trust the systems you have in place. A wise mentor of mine has said "systems and structure determine results". I agree.