Ever heard yourself say something like: “I can’t __________.” “I had to ____________.” “I’m not good at __________.” We all have used these phrases, but why does it matter so much? I often tell clients that there are only 3 things you can control: Your thoughts Your words Your actions Sit for a second and look
By creating hypothetical alternative situations in our brains after something negative happens to us, we can actually train ourselves to be happier.
Ever have one of those days or weeks where things just seem to NOT be going your way? I have plenty of them, and there is a quick yet effective method I often use to pull myself out of the funk when I've hit a low point.
There are a TON of people and companies in the world that are focused on helping you and I being more happy and productive in life. Here are a few of my current favorites. Enjoy!!
Have you ever felt like you have lost your groove or maybe "off your game?" I have-many times. Here are a few easy steps I've taken that have helped me move forward. Don't let a slump get the best of you!
What do you do when the good ol' Universe throws a few curve balls your way, and you are trying your hardest to NOT admit defeat? I honestly don't know the best answer, but I'm trying to give one technique a try. This last week's events have varied from terrifying to humorous, and I've tried hard to re-channel my focus to continue to move forward. Bring on the curve balls...
The other night, I was performing the ridiculous, adorable-yet-annoying nightly bedtime routine for Jumping Bean, who is about 3.5 years old. Over the course of 15 minutes, she managed to perform the following (in no particular order): Snuggle on me as if I was leaving the country the next day Scream obscenities at me and
If you have flown alone with more than one child, you deserve an award! Own up to your accomplishment and smile.