Want to prepare for a happy new year? Put a little kit together with these items: A paper clip to hold everything together. A rubber band to help you stay flexible. A penny to remind you that you're valuable. A toothpick to pick out the good in everyone. A Jigsaw puzzle piece to remind you that . . .
There seems to be a lot of "not nice" going around these days, ever since that horrible man took over the Oval. And much of the not nice is politically motivated, even if it's clothed in something else in an attempt to make it sound more reasonable than it is. Or more high falutin'. Sometimes it's . . .
To understand everything is to forgive everything. ~Buddha I'd love your thoughts on this in the Comments. . . .
How are you celebrating the holidays? I won't say we Boomers are partying like we used to, but we've still got a lot of life--and a lot to say in this compilation of great Boomer blogs. SIGN OF THE TIMES Most people enjoyed the past week shopping, cooking, watching holiday movies on the Hallmark . . .
It is only about things that do not interest me that one can give a really unbiased opinion, which is no doubt the reason why an unbiased opinion is absolutely valueless. ~The Critic as Artist Saw this. Saw its truth. Shared it here. Would love your thoughts. . . .
Today I'm asking you to put one of these (or more, if you are so inclined) on your "To Do" list. Or even do them right now! Over at A Healing Spirit, I offer all sorts of lovely things for healing. Effective things. Affirmation decks so pretty you won't want to put them away. Guided journals that . . .
There's been so much upset and trauma since the election that I think it's time we're all good to ourselves. Had a little self love. And here's how: Wrap your arms around yourself in a great big hug of self love. Stroke your dog or cat. Take them for a long walk in the fall leaves. Buy something . . .
Everything is perfectly arranged for us to grow in love and to be transformed by it. We can recognize this when we stop arguing with the way things are. —Ellen Grace O'Brian . . .
Riley is my little Pigpen, always getting into something. Two days after his grooming, the white part of his fur is already grey. And since he hates the bath, and fights back (only to us, never the groomer), I don't dare bath him. Besides, that, I'd have to bathe him every two days. And with colder . . .
My tech support guy was looking for malware and viruses and instead he discovered a path back in time. Determining that some old documents might be responsible for issues with my Mac, we opened a few of them and I saw--maybe for the first time since I'd written it, 20 years ago--a piece I'd done . . .