What Does Your Tomorrow Look Like?

Yesterday, you didn't know what today would bring. Tomorrow is a canvas yet to be filled. Yet every day, we make decisions - choices - that will make our tomorrows better, worse, or leave them exactly the...

How We Live Our Lives Comes Down To One Simple Truth: It's All A Matter of Choice

I was reading a business article a couple of weeks ago, and I noticed the writer using the phrase, "being comfortable in your own skin."

How A Death Bed Request Opened My Eyes To the Beauty of Life

Many years ago, I worked for a large corporation. The company manufactured electrical control parts, and my job was to work with the sales people and engineers in reading blueprints, creating a list of components, and pricing out...

Do As I Say, Ignore What I'm Doing

"Do as I say, not as I do." It's a common phrase. Children hear it from their parents and elders. Typically used to curtail inappropriate behavior, this mantra of youth was stamped into our subconscious in an attempt to train our young...

Sifting Through the Noise

My distraction level was on high alert, until my subconscious stepped in and brought me back into focus. "Sifting Through the Noise" is published by Jill Reid in Change Your Mind Change Your Life.

My Best Friend Taught Me That Life Is Too Short For Regrets

She looked tired. Her face was drawn and she'd lost weight. But she was still my Cassie, the same feisty little brunette who, at thirteen, had convinced me to steal the keys to...

Inspiration Is Personal

My husband and I had dinner with friends last week - the kind of friends who open their hearts when they open their arms. We've known this couple for over nine years, meeting by chance when they returned our friendly...

5 Reasons Why You're Not Losing Weight

You've tried diets, cutting back on carbs and sugar, and putting in ten miles a week on the treadmill. But for some reason, the pounds just won't come off. Sure, your legs look great from all that running. But your mid-section refuses to give up a single inch. So what's wrong?