Part of my weekends are dedicated to catching up on my reading and networking with other bloggers. I was intrigued when I found a post on ScaleItSimple – a blog that focuses on Positive Vibes, Lifestyle, and Travel. Please take a moment and check out her post: Searching for Happiness – The Value of Suffering.
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I’m just going to leave this here, in case you need it. I know I did.
Thank you to The Fresh Exchange, for the reminder that silence, simplicity, and decluttering opens us up to let creativity in.
Not one for multiple posts in one day, but I couldn’t go through January 25th without sharing this post. Another year, 17 in total, and it’s still there. Thought a lot about Grandpa over the last week, maybe in preparation for another year with him gone. No new words to describe this day, so sharing last year’s words seemed appropriate.
I have been using the premium version of My Fitness Pal to track my diet and exercise over the last two weeks. While adding dinner to the app last night this blog post came up! I couldn’t help but share.
Gratitude can change everything, even your healthy lifestyle. Enjoy!
Monday Mindfulness: Fuel Fitness with Gratitude
While eating lunch yesterday, I decided to poke around in my WordPress reader. This post came up and I couldn’t help but share. It’s a topic that I’ve thought a lot about in recent months and often wonder how aware people are of the energy they bring into a room with them. Enjoy “You Are Responsible for the Energy You Bring Into a Space” by Jill Bolte Taylor.
“Hello, my name is….” and your energy has introduced itself. In a space full of people or in a space with just one, our energy is the invisible business card that is handed out before we even open our mouths to say our given name. It is the invisible field which travels a foot in…
via You Are Responsible for the Energy You Bring Into a Space – Jill Bolte Taylor — The Seeds 4 Life
While taking a breather at some point this week, I stumbled upon this blog post by Sum of My Pieces. The message really spoke to me, this idea that we come from a place of expectation and hope. It’s something that can be a burden and a blessing, mostly at the same time. I immediately knew I wanted to share it with you.
Go check out Dani’s blog: Sum of My Pieces, her tagline alone is worth the price of admission: For Grown-Ups Who Don’t Have Their Life Together.