The comfort zone is the red light district of personal growth. It’s all stop signs and rear view living. Its time to rezone your perspective and move into the magical space of new possibility. Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.
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Neale Donald Walsch said, “Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.” That is SO true and SO important to remember. Life begins at the end of your comfort zone, on the brink of a decision to throw yourself fully into the unknown, and let an open future with limitless possibilities carry you as ... Continue Reading »
I’ve never met a single person who WANTS to see the earth desecrated by human greed. Indifference? Yes. Inaction? Yes! Complacency? Yes! Overwhelm? Definitely. So how do we overcome indifference, inaction, complacency and overwhelm? How do we persevere even when our efforts seem like a drop in the bucket? The earth herself provides the answer. ... Continue Reading »
Author, Jodi Picoult wrote, My dad used to say that living with regrets was like driving a car that only moved in reverse. Living with regret slows you down and saps your energy. This is the second part in a series on regret. The first piece looks at some of the most common regrets. The ... Continue Reading »
Etch a Sketch, the trusty toy you snatched from your sister to ruin the shape she just spent 40 minutes crafting, was brilliant long before the Ipad was even a twinkle in Steve Job’s eye. Now you can put an Etch a Sketch case on your Ipad to make it look like a toy, proving ... Continue Reading »
“I have a new assignment – I have to give a famous speech” she complains bitterly, kicking her backpack as if the backpack had set the assignment. Yes, this is traumatic. What on earth are they teaching the kids at school these days? It’s an outrage! “Well, who do you want to choose then?” ... Continue Reading »
Whether you are scarred by love, jaded by religion or beaten by circumstance, there comes a time to say “Enough!” and move on. You aren’t serving yourself or changing anyone else by holding on to anger. Rights and wrongs are beside the point now. It’s time to let go, let the past be what it ... Continue Reading »
Every now and again in an acceptance speech, magic happens and an actor connects the dots between their on screen role and real life issues. Viola Davis, from The Help, did this in her award speech last year. She said, I just want to say that the stain of racism and sexism is not just for ... Continue Reading »
We ALL have something(s) we want to change, whether it’s a destructive habit, an injustice or a ten dollar bill. We want to eliminate things that aren’t serving us or maybe even things that are making us miserable. We want to add much more of the things that make us feel alive and inspired. If ... Continue Reading »
20th century child psychologist Bruno Bettelheim said, The question for a child is not “Do I want to be good?” but “Who do I want to be like?” In other words, children learn by example- our example. What an awesome responsibility. Safety, self respect, inner tuition (Italian for intuition), healthy boundaries, appropriate trust, and so ... Continue Reading »
Without hesitation she replied quite simply “A picture frame”. Phew, I can do picture frame, “This will be a piece of cake” I say, “Oooh I want to be a piece of cake” her brother adds. Halloween is not one of my favourite holidays, for various reasons. It’s not just because it isn’t a part ... Continue Reading »
There is nothing I can do. But watch. My wanting it to change, my arguing with it, pleading for one more day, pointless. The leaves fall, the wind changes, the temperatures drop, the geese fly. My mind calling it the enemy. I prefer, cloudless skies, sprinklers, and bare feet. Nights on the deck in the ... Continue Reading »
Ahhhh, holding a child’s hand…ever done it? Felt their soft little palm in yours? Have you been fully aware of the trust, love and tenderness between you? Try it. I have been known to grab, pull, drag, a child’s hand, across a busy road, through a mall, up a sledding hill, No, not this kind ... Continue Reading »
What’s mine is not yours. For what’s mine is mine and yours is yours. Let’s just get that clear I say to the both of us, from mother to child Draw the line. Then follow it to where it begins and see who is holding marker in hand. Who drew it, walked it, and now ... Continue Reading »
There are some things in life you take for granted: Your children will outlive you. No matter how tough it gets, you won’t poison your spouse with arsenic-laced toothpaste. And if you have a best friend, you will attend her wedding. But life sometimes upsets our most basic assumptions. And although I haven’t resorted to ... Continue Reading »