Photo Credit: Jim Palmeri, Currituck Sound, North Carolina When you think of stillness, what comes to mind? Quiet? Darkness? Or do you identify with the official definition of "the absence of movement or sound"? All of these are correct. But stillness is so much more. Stillness helps us do the following: Think more clearly See … Continue reading Stillness
re·gret: verb - To feel sad, repentant, or disappointed over (something that has happened or been done, especially a loss or missed opportunity) Today, I woke up with a lot of regrets. In fact, my sleep has been shit these last few weeks as I am clearly holding onto some things that I should just let … Continue reading Regret: Time to Re-Frame My Thoughts
May 2019. Four months down. I could dwell on the things I have not done. There are plenty. For instance...my goal to write to this blog weekly hasn't materialized with work obligations and other obstacles. I haven't picked up my guitar since January. My daily yoga has turned into "hopefully" 1x per week. My weight … Continue reading Small Steps = Big Victories
What is YOUR Why? Your purpose. Your goals. We hear this phrase often but for many of us we really don't have a good answer. As observed by Robert Bryne, “The purpose of life is a life of purpose.” In other words - A life without a purpose is a life without a destination. It … Continue reading What is YOUR Why?
Aww Wanderlust....the impulse or desire to travel or wander. In the case of the Wanderlust Festivals the mission is to help you find your true north in order to cultivate your best self. I have watched on the sidelines for a few years but never attended. And why that was - I have no clue … Continue reading My First (but definitely not last) Wanderlust Experience
There are clearly days when you realize the challenge may be greater than you anticipated. Here we are on the last day of the first month of the year. 31 days have passed. 744 hours. 44,640 minutes. Did you make any progress? Did you start to change bad habits into good habits? Did you step … Continue reading Navigating Through the “Trough of Disillusionment”