A note about clarity

A note about clarity

Clarity. Monday's usually my catch up day and today is no different. However, I just wanted to pop in and share this course that I just finished watching. It's called the Clarity Course. The tagline is How to Handle Doubt, Get Unstuck, and Live Your Purpose. It's a free course hosted by Caroline Garnet McGraw [...]

Thoughts on turning the page…To 41

Thoughts on turning the page…To 41

Birthday Celebrations. That's right! It's my birthday! I'm singin' and dancin' that out ya'll! Thoughts on being 40. I had an amazing year of being 40. I grew by leaps and bounds. Pressing comfort zones both physically and mentally. It really felt like a coming into my own. Background. If you are new to my [...]

30 Day Challenge…May

30 Day Challenge…May

30 Day Challenge. Most of you who've been on the journey with me, know that I've been doing 30-day challenges since turning 40 in September of 2017. The challenges are meant to push me in ways that I wouldn't typically push myself. We are fast approaching May, so it's time to make the announcement for [...]

Lessons Learned During A Reading Challenge

Lessons Learned During A Reading Challenge

Reading. I have always loved reading. I can't remember a time when my nose wasn't buried in a book. Just as in life, my reading seasons ebb and flow. Sometimes I am voraciously reading book after book and other times I watch the ones that I thought I'd read, sit and gather dust upon the [...]

Lessons Learned During My Month of Being a Vegetarian

Lessons Learned During My Month of Being a Vegetarian

Vegetarian. I hadn't heard the phrase Veganuary, until well into the month of January. Otherwise, I might have gone Vegan for the month. As it was, my January Challenge was to become a Vegetarian for 30 days. Along the way, I learned a few lessons.   Lessons learned. Likely, the biggest lesson that I learned was [...]

A Recycler’s Journey

A Recycler’s Journey

Recycling. Recycling is defined as the process of converting waste materials into new materials and objects. But you probably already knew that. Recycling has become something that is a mainstream topic of conversation. In the United States, the EPA uses the phrase "reduce, reuse, recycle". And I think that we can all agree on the [...]

30 Days of…February Challenge

30 Days of…February Challenge

That by desiring what is perfectly good, even when we don't quite know what it is and cannot do what we would, we are part of the divine power against evil - widening the skirts of light and making the struggle with darkness narrower. -Dorothea in Middlemarch by George Eliot Reading. I love to read. I have [...]