Here I am again being a writer who doesn’t write. Picking up the pen and then dropping it before its energy singes my fingers. Picking up the pen and tapping the unusable end on the paper, because that’s safe enough. There are words in my head, mind you. Always so many words. Some even congregate …
September 24, 2018
Recovery is a dance between old habits and new intentions. Choose which leads wisely.
June 30, 2018
I have some great advice to help you improve you sleeping patterns. As I’ve shared before, Aaron Nash, the owner of my fitness facility, Platinum Fitness has started hosting a radio show. It’s on BBM Talk Radio every Thursday morning at 9 a.m. EST.
Below is a past episode where Aaron and his mentor, Matt Wilber discuss the importance of good sleeping habits and gives plenty of tips. Did you know there are glasses to reduce the effects of blue light to help you sleep better? I didn’t either. I’ve ordered some for my kids, who have trouble sleeping due to ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder (I’ll always try anything to help them sleep better! Will report back).
I hope you enjoy it and encourage you to listen live, because you can call in with any nutrition questions you may have.
The portion on sleep begins at 13:10
I enjoy listening to Oprah’s SuperSoul Sessions. A few months ago, I listened to an episode with Tony Robbins. He said something that’s not necessarily always true. He said, “The beautiful thing about women is … you look out for each other and compliment … each other.” It struck me because I’ve experienced the crushing power of …
Whatever you have faith in is only as big as you give it power to be in your life. If you want to shrink the power of the Universe down to be smaller than your fear, you can do that.
I started putting my needs first last year with giving myself my 30 minutes at the gym. This whole blog is about how doing so has pulled me out of depression and given me a life back.
Positivity focuses us on the virtuous. Keeping an open mind, however, allows us to take the next step and risk a poor outcome. So, keeping an open mind is part of becoming more resilient for when life gives you a one-eyed bass rather than colorful schools of small fish.
I started the #30daysofGrowth by using Mel Robbins’ 5 second rule. Now, I want you to try it.
Thinking positive does more than just make us feel a little better, then. It cultivates our minds to grow more abilities and resources. Positive thinking is the fertilizer of personal development.
Celebrate every victory, no matter how small. Appreciation for what you’ve accomplished or been blessed with is the basis for every next step in the process of self-improvement. Every topic I’ve written about on my blog, every part of a balanced mind, body, and soul requires gratitude. It’s a corner piece. You’ll get no where without it.