We can only be said to be alive in those moments when our hearts are conscious of our treasures” - Thornton Wilder Can you tell me 5 unordinary moments in the last 24 hours that you have gratitude towards? Share in the comments, keep reading if you're confused. 🙂 Who else is guilty of foreboding … Continue reading How to practice gratitude (the right way) with 5 unordinary moments
Blank Stare & Nod is now up on #RamblinRandol. My brain has been fried hard and served up on a stale piece of toast. Click to read more about how I'm combating my panic.
I Don't Feel Safe in "Safe" Environments because I don't know the rules tied to safe environments, and the ones I do know I lack, i.e. trust, give the benefit of the doubt, and understand unconditional love. Click to read more...
This past weekend was interesting. I had a few conversations with different people about vastly varying topics that all came together (somehow) on one of the drives home. Ya know, during the debrief conversation with the Hubs after an all-day social outing. Everyone does that, right? These conversations can be either enlightening or argument inducing, … Continue reading Judge, Jury, and Executioner – Guilty As Charged
My emotional IQ is low when it comes to my own self-awareness. It's so easy for me to see what's truly bothering others, but when it comes to myself I'm clueless. Anger and okayness are the only two, that's it. A few years ago I noticed most of my anger came from feeling sad and … Continue reading Grey Street & The End Of The World
Give Yourself A Break - Strive For Imperfection, Instead, is about how @jengotch 's episode on perfectionism connected the dots for me on yesterday's frustration. Here's three ways to combat being perfect thanks to JenG.
Speak Truth To Bullshit is now up on #RamblinRandol because I don't understand how people can sit by and watch Trump use children as pawns. I even included my own fact checker to back up my points, see for yourself.
What Are Ten Wonderful Things About You? Gratitude Wants To Know. Read my latest realization and tell me yours in the comments. Join me in this weird (yet extremely rewarding and beneficial) quest for true belonging.
The Difference Between True Belonging & Fitting In is today's post about how #BravingTheWilderness gave me some freedom with its distinction between true belonging and fitting in. Who knew I had a different understanding all these years.
“When you have depression it’s like it snows every day. Some days it’s only a couple of inches. It’s a pain in the ass, but you still make it to work, the grocery store. Sure, maybe you skip the gym or your friend’s birthday party, but it IS still snowing and who knows how bad … Continue reading It’s A Shame; He Was Doing So Well With His Shoveling