Summoning gratitude is a sure way to get our life back on track. Opening our eyes to affirm gratitude grows the garden of our inner abundance, just as standing close to a fire eventually warms our heart. —Alexandra KatehakisRead More
As a predominantly introverted person, I adore solitude. I love being alone and allowing my day to unfold or fully engaging in what I intend to do. I don’t have a fear of missing out on activities. I am completely content filling my day with whatever inspires me or tugs at my heart strings. I experience joy in a broad range of activities, too; anything from singing and dancing around my house to journaling to spending time in nature.Read More
There are many different types of support: emotional, moral, spiritual, physical, and mental support. They can be interrelated yet uniquely individual. Support is not about ‘fixing’ a situation or taking on the responsibility for another person. I like to think of it as a boost…imagine interlaced fingers, cupped hands, and someone placing their foot in your hand. The boost of support is like a sprinkle of fairy dust, revealing your own inner magic.Read More
It can be very easy to let the to-do list of tasks guide your day. What if there was a shift in perspective? What if you allowed your mindfulness to guide your day and the to-do list to simply exist? It may seem like a hair-splitting twist of semantics, which it is, but it also offers a fresh way to experience your day.Read More
What does it mean to nurture your genius?
Better yet, do you believe you are a genius?
One definition of genius from the Merriam-Webster dictionary is: extraordinary intellectual power especially as manifested in creative activity.
So, let me ask again, are you a genius?