Tag Archives: happiness

Life Is Best Lived In The Little Things

Per my post yesterday, I thought this warranted repeating: Life is best lived in the little things that make us happy. All too often I see clients or friends getting caught up in the “big” ideas, or the big list…


Christmas Cards in October?

Christmas Cards in October? Yes, I’m one of those people. I start working on Christmas cards in October. Typically, I’m ordering something around now, though there have been times in the past when I would have already received my order…


How Non-Attachment Enhanced My Birthday

Last week was my birthday, and it was one of the best I’ve celebrated in a long time for many reasons, but especially this: I practiced non-attachment. Everything throughout the day was a gift. The text from an old friend?…


Happiness.

With New Year’s Resolutions safely behind us, it’s time to address the motivation behind why we desire change. Happiness. More often than not, when we want to change something it’s often because we don’t quite feel happy. We are tired…


The Two C’s That Make the Holidays Stressful

One of the reasons we have so many arguments and disagreements with family during the holidays is because we engage in the practice of Competing and Comparing. Here’s what I’m talking about… There’s a difference between saying, “I make my…


Feeling Stressed?

Stress can be like wind on the surface of water: temporary, changing, and totally outside of our control. We often feel stressed and anxious because of circumstances in our life that we cannot control or influence. (Usually, actually, we think…


Speaking to Joy

Recently, I was speaking with a client that is venturing into the online dating world, and this came out of my mouth: Find someone who speaks to your joy, not your fears. So often in life we look for a…