Each entry was a small battle won in efforts to beat my own hopeless self-talk. As I navigated choosing my self-care activities, I used the benchmark of how far the activities helped me feel from those heavy feelings of hopelessness and apathy. … More Guest Post on The Change Blog
I learned to discriminate between what I call fluff and muscle. Fluff either comforted me, enchanted me, pumped me up or gave me the intellectual high of understanding new ideas.
Muscle was the integration of heart and mind that together, fueled me with power to create tangible, life affirming change. … More How Flow Led To Real Change
I learned that I do prefer those days when I get to do all my self care activities done in a concentrated manner in the morning, yet when things out of my control come my way I can roll with the punches. … More Stopping the Madness of Perfectionism: Part 3, The Safety Net
…it’s time to fine tune and look for how you can feel better then better. We are looking for the juice, we want to touch the nerve that makes you come alive. We want to unearth the grunt of deep satisfaction in you, that which has you feeling so good that you feel you’re about to burst. We are looking for those activities that elicit in you either during the activity or upon completion, the James Brown “I Feel Good!” happy dance. … More How To Find Your Power Routine Part II
You want to start seeing yourself as a power detective. …you go about your day paying more attention to when your feel good capacity is stretched and you feel more alive than just your average “alright” feelings…it feels like a deep inner nerve of juicy aliveness has been touched and we become lit like a Christmas tree from the inside out. … More How to Find Your Power Routine Part I