Hello one and all! As you may know, I have been keeping a daily journal in the form of questions I ask and answer. One of the purposes of doing so is to encourage my own growth, which means I cannot simply write about my day and then forget about it. So what have I … Continue reading Reflections: Quality Time
Hello one and all! It wasn't long ago that I was saddened by the removal of my beautiful (drooping) Christmas tree. I knew I wanted to do something to keep my house decorated (detailed here), but I wasn't sure if it would come to fruition the way I imagined it would. It did! I took … Continue reading Festive Perseverance
Hello one and all! It often feels like everyone wants our attention. When we are at home, we may have family members demanding our time or the incessant buzz of notifications via text, email, or social media. When we are at work, or even working at home, we have obligations toward our boss, our client, or … Continue reading “Spiritual Breakfast”
Hello one and all! Sometimes there is nothing worse than being tired enough that you want to sleep, but not tired enough to actually fall asleep. To some extent I know I have this problem because my personal cycle tends to have me wake up later (I wish!) and fall asleep long after I ought … Continue reading Sleepless in… My Own Bed
Hello one and all! How often do you think about your relationships with people? Not just your closest family and friends, but everyone else who has a connection with you. Yesterday I happened to think about an old coworker and friend with whom I haven't spoken in over a year. It got me thinking about … Continue reading Who Do You Know?
Hello one and all! The holidays may have ended weeks ago, but it was only yesterday that I officially took down the tree. Already I miss the warm glow of colorful Christmas lights, and the beautiful array of purple and teal ornaments that accompanied them. That corner now feels empty and sad, instead of being … Continue reading Goodbye, Festive Season!
Hello one and all! What do you want to gain by keeping a journal? Most of my journals throughout my childhood, or diaries as I usually called them, were filled with boring tales and complaints. The entries were pages long, started neat and ended messy, contained obsessive documentation of my friendships, and for a few … Continue reading Reflections: Revisited