Consciously focusing on all you have rather than thinking about what you don’t have is a far better use of brain power. Gratitude fosters positivity and well-being. Live loved. Post any pic that relates to today's post with the hashtag #1thingeveryday to join us in choosing to learn one thing from our day, every day.
Spring has officially started! The flowers are starting to show, the weather is better and there's a sudden urgency within all of us to start anew.
Next week I'll be starting a new chapter, majoring in Event Management, and I am incredibly nervous! I've spent 7 years teaching, what if I'm horrible in this new occupation? What if I fail? A soft voice spoke to my thoughts and said, "What if you succeed?"
I want to offer you some words of encouragement. If there's anything y
Travel makes you are more interesting, insightful, and accepting person. It expands you, enlightens you, and teaches you about the variety of people, lifestyles, and cultures. It is a pursuit well worth saving for. Live loved. Post any pic that relates to today's post with the hashtag #1thingeveryday to join us in choosing to learn one thing from our day, every day.
While doing my daily scroll of pinterest, a quote spoke to me: "Grace is having a relationship with someone's heart, not their behaviors". Unfortunately, it is true that those we love and trust will at some point hurt us. Without hesitation, we will do away with those people, declaring that if they loved us like they proclaimed, they would have never even thought of making that mistake. Pause. Take a look at yourself. As a child of God, how many times have you hurt Him? We've
My family is very close. My mother always tells me, "If you consider yourself a friend to someone, make sure that you are actually being a true friend". I strongly believe I am a great friend. I actually think that is one of my greatest strengths. The problem is, I don't know what do with those who aren't that great of a friend. What I've learned that has helped me to be at peace is that people change. And that's OK. Individuals often discover they’ve outgrown relationships (
I believe our body is a parcel for delivering our personality, thoughts, beliefs and intentions to this world. If there is nothing in this box that can change the world, then it doesn’t matter if it disappears. I believe that we all have potential, but it also takes a lot of courage to realize it and faith to identify and refine those God-given gifts. Leave a mark in this world. Have a meaningful life, whatever definition it has for you. Go towards it. The place we are leavin
People look for ways to change the world later, but we have the tools to do it today. When we open our eyes and see the blessings of a new day, it is because it was meant for us to witness it. We have something that God trusts us to accomplish within that day and it shouldn't be taken lightly. With this outlook, we gain anticipation and pride in ourselves because God deems us cool enough to give us responsibilities only we can see through. If something unpleasant happens alon
We think we have the answers, know what’s right and wrong, good and bad, best for ourselves and other people. But we aren’t always right. There’s always more than one version. There are many perspectives that are valid. Keep yourself open to that truth. Live loved. Post any pic that relates to today's post with the hashtag #1thingeveryday to join us in choosing to learn one thing from our day, every day.
On my vision board for 2017, a phrase is plastered in the very center: "Give Your Body A Break."
Too often, we stretch ourselves to capacity trying to please others and neglect to please ourselves. By pushing our well being to the back burner, we risk becoming a part of an assembly line; creating a product out of routine, lacking any emotional attachment.
Just as it's impossible to love others without loving yourself first, it's impossible to give yourself to others if th
Be grateful for this moment, it is all there is. Live loved. Post any pic that relates to today's post with the hashtag #1thingeveryday to join us in choosing to learn one thing from our day, every day.