Tag Archives: happiness

Planning

Planning in a Time When Planning Is Impossible

Planning is nearly impossible right now. Will schools be back in the fall? Is it safe to fly, and even if we decide it’s safe, will flights be canceled? If you’ve been furloughed, when will you get called back? Will… more →

People-Please

Resist That Urge To People-Please!

There’s something you want to keep in mind any time you’re tempted to people-please. And it’s this: everyone is on their own journey. Meaning, two things: There is only so much you can do for anyone else. You can’t make… more →

develop a routine

Develop a Routine – Help Your Mind Find Rest

Today’s tip, which I hope you’ll implement right away because it gives you some stability which can be deeply calming, is to develop a routine for yourself and the people in your household.  Why? Because during uncertain times a daily… more →

Your Ripple Effect

Calculate Your Ripple Effect to Get Yourself into Gear

Today’s big idea is that sometimes it takes thinking about how your actions have a ripple effect on other people to really get yourself into gear. And usually, when we are avoiding doing something, we’re just thinking about ourselves—why we… more →

Delete Your Top Digital Stressor

Delete Your Top Digital Stressor

Today your assignment is to choose THE MOST annoying thing about your digital life, and do something to alleviate it—it’s time to delete your top digital stressor. Listen To The Podcast Here Here are some ideas to help you delete… more →

Spending Money

Do Gratitude and Spending Money Mix? (I Say Yes)

As the day after Thanksgiving, it’s technically Black Friday. A national day of so-called bargain shopping. Am I the only one who feels dirty about a national day of frenzied buying and spending money coming right on the heels of… more →