As much as we try, life won’t ever be 24/7 sunshine and rainbows. Lows happen to all of us. When we find ourselves in these places it can be hard to remain optimistic and look on the bright side.
Today, we want to share with you a story from the book, Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff and It’s All Small Stuff. Keep this story in mind when you find yourself feeling that life is unfair or working against you.
The most wonderful time of year is officially here. While it’s easy to get caught up in all the cooking and decorating, there’s nothing more important this season than truly enjoying the people around you and savoring the moments.
Instead of scrambling to find the perfect gifts, this year, give yourself and loved ones the gift of being fully present by being intentional about disconnecting from your tech.
The holidays are officially here, bringing joy and good cheer. While this wonderful time of year comes with so much fun and merriment, it can also drive many of us to feel overwhelmed.
This might be the first holiday season you’re spending in-person with your family, or maybe you’re hosting and anxiously planning for all the shopping, decorating and cooking. Perhaps you’re traveling and getting a bit nervous about the holiday traffic and crowded airports.
Do you have any dreams that just haven’t become a reality yet?
Whether it’s traveling abroad, switching jobs, starting a company, learning to surf, or mountain climb – many of us have something we dream of being, doing, having or experiencing.
Though we don’t mean for it, sometimes those ideas stay just that – ideas, because of one four-letter word that stands between us: FEAR
Chances are you have a morning routine to kickstart your day in a positive way. But how often do you take advantage of your midday to keep your joy and energy levels in high gear?
It’s not uncommon for many of us to spend our lunch breaks hunched over the computer answering emails, or mindlessly eating our salads and sandwiches while scrolling through social media.
Today we’re sharing four easy ways to use this time to boost your mood and energy levels. No caffeine required!
While fall is often a busy time of year, it’s also a favorite thanks to a change in weather, brightly colored leaves, and pumpkin-spiced everything.
Since the holidays will be here before we know it, today, we’re sharing some of our favorite ways to slow down and enjoy this special season.
Here are 6 ways to make your fall even happier…
Writer Robin Sharma said, “Don’t confuse activity with productivity. Many people are simply busy at being busy.”
Today marks the first official day of fall here in the Northern Hemisphere, and chances are you’re ready to welcome in the season after an exceptionally sizzling summer.
While the start of fall brings a buzz of excitement for sweater weather, cozy socks, and ordering something pumpkin-y from the bakery, it can also come with a rush of activities and to-dos, leaving your schedule jam-packed and your mind swirling.
When we were kids, making friends was easy. You’d strike up a conversation about what’s in your lunch box and bond over your love of recess. But fast-forward a few decades and finding new friends and building strong bonds can seem more of a challenge.
Most of us are so focused on work or family life, we have little time to make connections with new people, or foster existing friendships.Then too, many of us have relocated and had to start all over, or have just grown away from certain friends we’ve known for a while.
The sun is shining and the sky is bright — the last weeks of summer are here. Are you soaking up every moment? It’s perfectly OK if your answer is “not really.” Sometimes, the reality of summer doesn’t match the visions of tropical vacations and BBQ’s with family and friends we often see come June.
But, whether the past months have been a blast, or more like blah, today, we have a few ideas for some last-minute summertime joy