Finding My Way Home To Me!
Wings Like a Dove
Imagine Finding Perfection in Imperfection?
Are You Grateful for the Gift of Time?
Grateful for Difficult People?
Gratitude for the Extraordinary, Ordinary of Everyday Life?
Grateful: The Unique & Amazing You?
Accountability: A Story About Personal Failure?
After 32 Years, I Lost My Job!
Journaling: It’s More Doable Than You Might Think?
Adoption Trauma: How to Peel Back Layers of Hurt, Loss, and Anger?
My son Jonathan was changing! I could see it. His Mom could see it. It was gradual, but it was happening. Finally, there was hope! After years of searching, we had found the help he needed.Read More
The Beauty in Brokenness?
Embrace the brokenness in your life. By that I don’t mean wallow in self-pity. Our life’s stories are sometimes filled with periods of brokenness.Read More
Brokenness: What If Humpty Dumpty Could Be Put Back Together?
Embrace the brokenness in your life. By that I don’t mean wallow in self-pity. Our life’s stories are sometimes filled with periods of brokenness. There are cracks in our armor. Scars we desperately try to hide from others. Don’t try to hide from those broken pieces. Rather, embrace them! Accentuate them! Our cracks, our scars, the fissures in life exhibit to others a life lived, a life that has prevailed.Read More
He Wrote The Book on Bullet Journaling
I love TED Talks! I love them because they are interesting, get right to the point and contain no fluff. This TEDx Yale Talk, “ How to declutter your mind — keep a journal,” is presented by the inventor and author of the Bullet Journal Method, Ryder Carroll. A few points from the video…Read More
A “Doable” Journaling Case Study
For the past two posts, we’ve heard about journaling from a doctor’s point of view. In this post, I want to share a personal case study from someone whose life was changed by journaling. Her name is Obianuju Ndaguba. Here’s how she begins. I am no expert on psychology, neither will I categorize myself as an…Read More
3 Pen and Paper Techniques to Better Understanding
In my previous post, I encouraged you to park on Dr. Wayne Jonas’ article, “15 Journaling Exercises to Help You Heal, Grow, and Thrive.” There’s so much great content to consume. I want to make sure you don’t miss the video at the end of his post. It’s well worth your time. In less than…Read More
The Pen and Paper Prescription to Healing
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if there was a way to have better physical and mental health without taking another pill? There is. It’s called Journaling! But don’t take my word. Here’s a doctor’s perspective. “15 Journaling Exercises to Help You Heal, Grow, and Thrive,” by Dr. Wayne Jonas There is SO much in this one…Read More
A Great Primer on Journaling
Michael Hyatt and his daughter Megan host one of my favorite podcasts, Lead to Win. In this episode, Beginner’s Guide to Journaling, they cover the basics for anyone wanting to begin this practice. If you LOVE templates like I do, I think you’ll enjoy Michael’s 8-Question Template he has been using for almost 6 years.…Read More