Really? Another post about winter? I thought this series was scheduled to run every Saturday–it is now Sunday! What’s up? 68 degrees and sunny on Saturday is what was up. I spent time reclining in the sun, enjoying my yard and all the little things popping their heads up out of the ground–jonquils, hyacinth, tulips.
Tagged under: spring forward
It all begins with your mind, your attitude, helping yourself develop a perspective that is helpful, not counterproductive. Each season lasts 3 months, on the calendar. If you open the season of winter lamenting the shorter hours of daylight and the cold temps, you are setting your mental stage for depression and frustration. The trick
This is the opening of a new month, on the heels of Thanksgiving and the beginning of new holidays where everyone is in a flurry and feeling joyous and also terrified about the stress of it all. Not to stress — relax, breathe, be happy, put a smile on your face until it makes you
Wednesday, 27 November 2013 by drdeb
The holidays are a beautiful time, each holiday of the year. However, the holidays of November and December bring forth a certain stress that is not so apparent at other times of the year. Is it really about the season or is it about our culture placing odd pressures upon us by creating a storybook
What is it, that thing referred to as excellence? Is it when you simply do your best, regardless of the outcome? Is it an unreachable completely out of the realm goal that we cannot ever achieve? How you answer these questions is revealing. Our mind never lies, the first instinctive thought that runs through our
…Just a moment please…. How often do you take time to completely release yourself to simply enjoy a moment? Do it here and now.
In the Midwest, we have these incredible thunder storms that seriously march in with a raging of the message that the spring season has arrived. I think the season is called spring because of the way in which the weather bounces from something that is easy and quiet, warm and sunny, to frightfully chilly, stormy,
Tagged under: spring storms