This is a rather short post but something I have been mulling over lately. My strong personal opinion is a person can’t be evicted out of a comfort zone. Unless that person has a willingness – albeit small – to move out you will not see the success you desire to see.Continue reading
Most acts of courage go unnoticed.
They are small momentsContinue reading
Years ago, I had a journey of self-discovery. At the end (or I should say middle because that’s an ongoing road), I slapped some labels on myself. At first, I found the labels to be a comfort. There was a reason why I acted the way I did. In the words of Jessica Rabbit, “I’m just drawn that way.” In my elation for explanation I overshared my conclusions. But over time, I have grown quiet about my labels. Not because I am ashamed, but because of the reaction I have learned comes from finding out what makes me tick.Continue reading
I worked with a co-worker who always operated in self-preservation mode. It was exhausting for me because I had to toe the mark. There was no give. Me being the human that I am tends to make mistakes. Daily. So this really didn’t work out too well for me. Continue reading
Is it just me or does worry seem to weigh more at night when you’re trying to sleep? Darkness makes problems a little more dire and hopeless. It’s amazing what the sun does to lighten the load. Continue reading
Courage has never been my strong suit. I don’t wear it well or at all at times. If only.
I recently went to a Pam Tillis concert. In preparation, I dug out my old CDs so that I could become reacquainted with the reason I wanted to go listen to her perform. I had boxed up all my country-western music when I moved out of my country phase. But the good CDs I kept. This was an example of one I kept. Continue reading
Someday I’ll speak my mind.
The words will come and I’ll have my say.
I won’t worry about them later.
I’ll just open my mouth and let come what may. Continue reading
I’d like to go off grid –
but only part way. Continue reading