It’s good to push outside our boundaries from time to time. If not, we get too comfortable, too safe, may even develop a false sense of security, and wham! You find yourself in a rut. That’s why, when Ashley Hasty of A Hasty Life asked me to participate in her blog crawl, I said, “Yes!”… Continue reading Participate In A Blog Crawl: It’s In The Bag!
Procrastination is a dirty word: It’s a time waster, a ball and chain around your ankle. Instead of experiencing the exhilaration of accomplishment, procrastination leaves you feeling stymied—and that’s a no good, negative feeling. Sometimes declaring your intention helps arrest the vicious cycle of procrastination. So claim it, own it, and hold yourself accountable—declare your… Continue reading Stop Procrastinating & Just Do It: 8 Resources To Help Get You Motivated
Intuition: that sense of knowing or feeling something yet unknowable about a situation, person, or event. Perhaps you’re not sure why you know it or why you’re feeling that way. Call it a hunch, a gut reaction, your first instinct, a sixth sense, or an emotional response about something outside the realm of perception by… Continue reading What Is Intuition and How Can You Learn To Trust It?
I can’t think of a better way to wake up family and friends for breakfast than with the aroma of warm, holiday spices wafting all through the house! Few recipes make that easier to do than these delicious Gingerbread Waffles. Served hot off the waffle iron and seasoned with a touch of brown sugar, molasses… Continue reading Spicing Up Breakfast (Recipe: Gingerbread Waffles)
Orange-Walnut Brunch Cake Enjoy food photography as much as I do? Instead of rewriting the ton of great information that’s already out there, I’m sharing my favorite food photography & styling resources, all widely available to anyone with the tenacity and finger strength to keep Googling. To save you valuable time, I’ve compiled the best… Continue reading 20 Websites That Will Help You Take Better Food Photos
You are a creator; you create with your every thought. You often create by default; for you are getting what you give attention to, wanted or unwanted. But you know by how it feels—if you are getting (creating) what you want or what you are not wanting. (Where is your attention focused?) ~ Abraham-Hicks Publications
Lisa, I am in complete agreement with Sue—you forgive people for yourself and your own reasons, not because the other person asked you to (besides, it’s impossible to forgive on someone else’s timetable). Without going into details, I went through some pretty horrific things years ago. For a long time, I carried around the resentment,… Continue reading Being Proactive vs Reactive: The Power of Forgiveness