My mother was a very angry woman. So was her mother. Without dragging too much dirt out of the family closet, let me just say that neither of them lived a happy life. They’re favorite sayings to me were always either “Happiness doesn’t grow on trees” or “You can’t always have what you want in […]Continue Reading
I was looking through a storage container of partially finished projects and products this afternoon, and I came to the conclusion that I have a serious problem. I have a hard time letting go, especially of the things I’ve created. I want to share them… really I do. But I don’t want to let go […]Continue Reading
Updated September 18, 2010: The giveaway mentioned in this post has ended, but if you’re looking for free personal development gifts, you can visit the Today Is Your Day Coaching Giveaway from now until October 2, 2010. See you there! Happy New Year! To start the year off right and get a good start on […]Continue Reading
Stick around here long enough and you’ll find out just how much I love quotes. They pretty much run neck and neck with affirmations as my favorite tools for motivation and inspiration. So to start the weekend off right, here are ten of my favorite inspiring quotes. Enjoy! Twenty years from now you will be […]Continue Reading
For me affirmations are like the acorns of the spiritual world. From the little seed of thought that affirmation plants in our mind, the possibility of something so much bigger can come into being. All we have to do is nurture it and believe in it. Affirmations form a large part of my life, and […]Continue Reading
I’m not the only one who thinks acorns are pretty cool. In fact, I’d venture to say I’m in pretty good company here.:) “The greatest achievement was at first and for a time a dream. The oak sleeps in the acorn, the bird waits in the egg, and in the highest vision of the soul […]Continue Reading
“The creation of a thousand forests is in one acorn.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson I’ve always been fascinated by trees. How the mightiest of oaks begins life as a tiny acorn; how the tallest of maples starts out as a little key. When I was little I used to plant them in our back yard […]Continue Reading
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