"I think a spiritual journey is not so much a journey of discovery. It's a journey of recovery. It's a journey of uncovering your own inner nature. It's already there." Billy Corgan Picture courtesy of Pixaby.com #spiritual #recovery #naturalself
Fast food is convenient: it's quick, doesn't take much thought, and the taste is mediocre. Is that what you think of yourself? If not, don't feed yourself junk. It's the wrong message to yourself - and to the ones you love. Take time to prepare. Expect wholesomeness. Get value (not just bang) for your buck. … Continue reading Fri. Flirt: Fast Food Isn’t a Gesture of Love
Adult life taught me to work hard and play hard. In my 20's and 30's, that meant 60-100 weekly hours between FT office hours & FT college attendance and studies. Raising a family was added to the mix. Play time was rare, but when available, we went hard: parties, wet and/or jiggly contests, happy hour … Continue reading Mon. Minder: It’s National Safety Month. Don’t swing from the chandeliers or loose a battle w/a latex dress.
Perspective is everything. Duality exists in all things (i.e. good and bad). The we choose to look at a situation - perception - impacts the way we choose to respond to it. We must train ourselves to look for the fortune & opportunity in EVERY situation. Getting chicken pox at the age of 20, covered … Continue reading Sun. Spirit: Sun is good for chicken pox. “Daily Light” is excellent for meditation.
"My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style." ~Maya Angelou
No, puffery isn't what your eyes look like during allergy season... Puffery is undue or exaggerated praise; publicity, acclaim, etc., that is full of undue or exaggerated praise (dictionary.com). We all have a friend or neighbor who is full of it. If you can't think of one, that person is probably you;-). Be well! #learning #education … Continue reading Wed. Word: Puffery
High-noon sun and little water make way for a perfect desert. This isn't what we want for our skin. Hydrate - keep your skin supple by drinking plenty of water. Exfoliate - remove mature skin cells at the skin's surface by using reliable products. I like natural ingredients (ex. sugar, ground almond, loofah); they are great … Continue reading Tue. Touch: 1st Impressions – Summer Skin Care