Pollyanna, the little girl who believed in people, embraced the wonder of her life, and always looked for the good in others. I’ve been working to infuse my life with a bit more of that recently, and I’ve enjoyed the change.
Somehow just knowing that my ability to savor the experience and feel hugely grateful for it continues long after the moment has passed gives me freedom to let go of that niggling worry and instead savor the experience while it is happening.
While I have to credit a week of vacation at home for some of this week’s spots of joy, some of the good feelings were personally achieved and it’s those that I want to share.
Things will frustrate and anger you, and you can choose to respond with patience, with grace.
While most people are prepared to go about their business as usual, for most of us, every time we hear the expression our minds turn to dark things. So this Friday the 13th I’m trying to turn the tables.
As Christmas is less than a week away, I thought I would share a bit of the color and flavor of my season! Consider this a virtual Christmas card, from Audacious Blog to you ❤
As much as I’ve heard about “self-care” very few people talk about what exactly it is. Sure, the basics are pretty obvious, it’s caring for yourself… But honestly, I've never had a great grasp of what the heck this is.
Focusing on the beautiful things in our lives elevates them. What you look for you find, so let’s go find some self-doubt busters.
As much as you may wish it, your Christmas won’t be from a Hallmark movie; your dinner is not a scripted scene with witty dialogue, actors who always act their part, and picture perfect props; your life is not a production.