Golf as a sport doesn't excite me much unless its the Masters Tournament. What does impress me about golf is the player's ability to focus and shut out all other distractions. It's an art I didn't recognize until a few nights ago when we (the Hubs and me) accidentally flipped on the TV and The Legend of Bagger Vance was playing.
I heard a term last week in Esther Perel's podcast Where Should We Begin that gave me great pause. "Wait, there's a term for that?" I thought to myself. Parentification is the process of role reversal whereby a child is obliged to act as a parent to their own parent or sibling. In extreme cases, the child is used to fill the void of the alienating parent's emotional life....WHOA
Who loves the Netflix original Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee with Jerry Seinfeld? You can't see me but both of my arms are in the air...I'm writing this sentence with my tongue.
I spent Sunday poolside with a book. The sun was warm and the pool water was crisp. Abruptly, I gathered my things and left the pool....
A few days ago an old friend shared this meme on Facebook that read...
"Something wonderful is sheltered inside you. I say this with confidence, because I happen to believe we are all walking repositories of buried treasure. The universe buries strange jewels deep within us all, and then stands back to see if we can find them." Big Magic What hidden gem is buried within you!
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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
What's the one secret to deserving a good life?
Have you read Brene Brown's Manifesto of the Brave and Brokenhearted? It's a story I go back to each time I feel like dipping out when the going gets too tough. Paragraphs three, four and five are my favorite to re-read over and over when I need the reminder. And it goes like this: