There are only two things that made me join and stay on Facebook: #1 is that as a member of a few fantastic groups I met some amazing people ♥ and #2 that I couldn't find a viable alternative. #2 has changed, and I'm moving. Although I will still check in on Facebook for a… Continue reading I’m moving. Who’s coming with me?
A thought just popped up: What if we allowed ourselves, consistently, to choose benefit INSTEAD of doubt? Why do we tend to choose "death" when "tea and cake" are on offer as well? 🙂 Lego animation by Thorn2200 to one of comic Eddie Izzard's most popular jokes, 'Cake or Death?' Image credit: ElisaRiva via pixabay
I love this quote by Alan Alda, because indeed it takes courage to open up to new experiences instead of insisting on repeating the old ways, and discovering ourself is one of the most beautiful experiences in the world. But I don't agree with "only by hard work."
The fear of past failures repeating themselves keeps us hooked to the success-or-failure scenario. Letting go of judgment and embracing both leads to thriving instead of striving.
This year I'm attempting to juggle 4 blogs...for someone who hasn't blogged regularly in years, that's quite like Mission Impossible. I have no idea whether I'm going to succeed or fail - that is whether by the end of this year I'll have four blogs with each at least one post a week - but… Continue reading Focus = Permission to Work on One Single Thing
I just came across this article by Alex Mathers, written in September last year. For the past few months I've been using similar question prompts, and not only do I get the most important things done, my life quality has improved a lot: Now I also make time for what nourishes me! But as helpful… Continue reading Setting goals that really matter