Time management. Work/life balance. Self care. Inner peace. (Jump to the podcast.)
Challenging for many of…Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on May 27, 2013 at 9:00am — No Comments
Ask any florist the secret to raising up beautiful, healthy flowers, and they will tell you that you must plant with an expectant heart; giving sunlight to awaken that which slumbers inside, the right mixture of nutrients to build upon its…Continue
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It’s been a week since the tragedy in Boston.
Who would have thought that an epic marathon would be transformed into a battlefield?…Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on April 22, 2013 at 7:00pm — No Comments
Joel Boggess was a guy who just wouldn’t give up.…Continue
So, I'm sure maybe some of us can speak from experience that stress really changes your life in many ways. Not the good kind of stress that makes me perform better. The kind that makes me not want to get up in the morning and live for the weekends.
I have hated jobs that bad. Not all of them just the ones that didn't allow me to be in any way who I am as a person-a teacher, mentor, listener, counselor. And it's kind of weird but you would think as I get older I wouldn't have those…Continue
I am guilt of it and I believe that may of us are in some respect. Yet when we strip away the emotion we let ourselves get caught up in, we can see how foolish and a big waste of energy it is to be concerned with what others think. Especially, when we know in our hearts, we were doing what we thought was the right thing!
Slowly, but surely I am working to be able to step away from what I am feeling. Once I separate my feelings and soak in what is going on, I can clear my…Continue
It seems that many families are trying to decide if they can afford to live as a one income family. To do this, they need a plan. Read More
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It created an incredible family dynamic; a dynamic visionary wave that would ripple through the lives of her children and her grandchildren. (Jump to the podcast.)…Continue
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Visualization is a powerful practice. I hear stories time after time about successful people who attribute their successes to visualization of their goals. Interesting!
Some of you may be familiar with The Secret by Rhonda Byrne. In this book, Rhonda not only talks about the importance of visualization, but the importance of feeling as if you have already achieved your vision. The more you visualize and feel it, the more likely you are to manifest it your life. …Continue
I was touched by a story I saw on the “Today Show” this morning. So much so, that I felt compelled to write about it. Emily Rapp shared the lessons she learned caring for her young son who was very ill. He lost his fight just three weeks ago. But, here she was talking about how writing their story in “The Still Point of the Turning World” helped her through it all. Most of what she talked of was being present in the moment and enjoying the time we have together. Her book is now on my…Continue
I’ve been spinning my wheels and it has to stop! I am no longer willing to allow myself to be stuck in a haze of bewilderment with lack of forward movement. It's time to get on the path I am meant to travel and turn my groove on. Perhaps you can relate and are ready too!…
Living intentionally is a way of life that can be shared with our children, no matter their age. In fact, the younger they are the easier it is to teach and create value towards it.
As we get older and experience the world, we begin to formulate opinions and expectations that may cloud our perceptions. The world can be a tough place and the experiences we have can jade us and leave a nasty film on the lens we look through. So as adults, when we make the decision to live…Continue
Added by Angie Cunningham on March 4, 2013 at 4:27pm — No Comments
Plenty of people want to be intentional about their life, but yet struggle to make time to do so. Don't be foolish and wait for the right time. There is no better time than the present.…Continue
Added by Angie Cunningham on March 2, 2013 at 4:41pm — No Comments
STOP WASTING TIME! One of the easiest ways to start living intentionally is by designing and sticking to an ideal week. This doesn't mean that you plan out every moment of the day, but it does help you maintain balance in how your time is spent.
Have a tendency to spend too much time on one thing, only to find other priorities are falling to the way side? It…Continue
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We all have those moments of purely exhilarating inspiration from time to time. It may be something we see or hear that sparks us, but all too often the spark dims before we get any momentum to take action. In other words, life happens, right?
The good news is, with a little bit of discipline, we can be our own inspiration and a consistent source of it. The purpose of…Continue
Added by Angie Cunningham on February 19, 2013 at 8:12pm — No Comments
Is it just me or do ads these days make the way we behave the butt of their entertainment? I'll be the first to admit, they can be funny. A few cripple me in hysterics, but have you given thought to what they are saying? Take the Toyota commercial for instance. Ya know, the one where the college student compares her…Continue
We all have moments when we feel low and out of sorts. It's normal and it happens to the best of us. Refrain from compounding the issue by being negative and kicking yourself. Instead . . . give yourself a lift with affirmations.
Affirmations are statements that direct or redirect your thoughts and perspective. The benefits are worth the effort. Affirmations should do exactly as the word implies . . . affirm . . . they affirm and reinforce your beliefs. The trick word here is…Continue
Added by Angie Cunningham on February 12, 2013 at 10:05pm — No Comments