Unhappy . . . And ok? I'm unhappy. If you couldn't tell, go back and read the post from Monday. I am stressed to the maximum. You know what though? It is perfectly ok. See, somewhere along the lines of trying to keep a lid on this ADHD madness I think I've become scared of … Continue reading Unhappy? Don’t Panic: Five Places to Avoid
Paying the Price for Self-Sacrifice Self-sacrifice has a high cost. Unless you're from a different planet (in that case, welcome), you have seen The Hunger Games. I loved these movies, and my favorite scene is still when Katniss throws herself into the games to save her sister. When she screams "I volunteer as tribute"? That's … Continue reading Self-Sacrifice Is NOT Your Salvation!
Get Off the Ground Floor and Thrive I'll be talking about how to thrive. I will, but I gotta give you some backstory first: I was born an old soul and I'll remain one until the end. In other words I'm a little old lady at 32. I watch old people stuff and I listen … Continue reading Move On Up: You Survive, Now Thrive
So there is a little change. It's 2017! We made it! If I didn't say it already, welcome to 2017. That year we don't need to talk about is over, which is ALSO a welcome change. I'm going to kick the year off with a confession: I hate New Years resolutions. Yes, really. Honestly, truly. … Continue reading New Year’s Resolution and Unnecessary Change
Have you ever filled the trash can past its limits? The lid won't shut anymore, you can plainly see it needs to be dumped but you keep pushing and pushing to fit more in. Why? There's a myriad of reasons: Sometimes we're too busy. Sometimes we are lazy. Sometimes we are too distracted to realize … Continue reading Cut the Garbage
Once upon a time, I was a saleswoman. No, Really. I sold vacuums door to door. And it was exhilarating and awful all at the same time. Every morning in the vacuum game you have a meeting to get you pumped for strangers to slam doors in your face and scream at you to get … Continue reading Building Value
Do We Focus On Negativity? Humanity has a lot to say about negativity. We encourage people to "keep it real," but often the reality is that we equate "real" with negative attributes. We like to dissect and criticize those in our cipher, we call it truth, and it hurts people so we think we are … Continue reading Condemnation – Not all Truth Hurts