A Holiday Wish The holidays are over, and I like to take a moment to reflect. At our house, tradition brings a themed scavenger hunt that leads to a present for our kids, our way of making an event out of giving money as a gift. Writing and hiding the clues—each including directions to the
In Like a Lion; Out Like a Lamb Sometimes it seems as if the grip of winter will never let go. Every venture out-of-doors requires bundling up–again. Coat, hat, scarf, gloves, boots. Ice on the sidewalks–again. Shoveling snow–again. The waiting-room carpet is a dirty disaster–again. Cars are filthy and cry for maintenance–again. Taxes are due–again.
A Week in the Life . . . What would it look like if we were somehow granted the opportunity to peek into the daily life of a person who is practicing self-love–successfully acting as his/her own best friend? At the risk of repetition, the study of a person engaged in self-love would reveal a
My Best Friend “Nobody listens to you.” “You will always be overweight.” “You will never find a better job.” “You will never have the relationship you want.” “You will always be the stupid one.” “You never have succeeded at maintaining an exercise routine and you never will.” “You always sabotage a good thing.” “That is
Dear Self, I Love You It’s February and not surprisingly, we are writing about love. Our focus for today is the basic building block of love–the love we hold for ourselves. Truly, without self-love, we have little hope of personal joy or the fulfillment we glean from loving others. Why is it so difficult to