Four Things to Remember When Grieving

Take Quiet Time Alone for Reflection We all need a time to grieve – quiet time for reflection to sift through memories and come to grips with what has happened. Grief is defined, "deep sorrow." Unfortunately the only way to deal with grief is go through it and feel it. Go through pictures and think about the memories of that person that meant so much. It's sometimes hard to come to grips with what has happened. Life is so uncertain. You need time to just, "be." Be alone with your feelings and let God's supernatural power strengthen you and comfort you like no one can except for Him. Also here is a Hotline so you can talk to someone anonymously. Grief Recovery Hotline 1-800-445-4808. Don't Le

Get Rid of Your Inner Clutter Bug

Look around the room you are in right now. Do you see any clutter? Could you be on an episode of, “Hoarders?” Clutter causes stress and clutter is the main barrier of productivity. Clutter is nothing more than postponed decisions. Use the standard strategy of, “Keep,” “Donate,” or, “Toss.” Start small. Tackle a junk drawer. Now I believe we should have one small junk drawer. There are little things we need but there’s no other place to put them so they go in the junk drawer. Mine is a small junk drawer in the kitchen. But from time to time, I go through it and streamline its contents. Or start with one room and focus on that one room until you are done. Purchase clear boxes with lids to orga

Six Strategies to Have a More Joyful Life

There is a pathway worth walking. There is a life mantra worth embracing. There is an attitude that enhances your life. It is JOYFUL LIVING! Here are six ways to live a more rewarding life. We'll use the acrostic, "JOYFUL." J is for JOIN. Surround yourself with happy people. Happiness is contagious. So, join a friend for lunch. A friend that I worked with as writers for several magazines found me on facebook. We have not seen each other in more than ten years! I found out she is ten minutes from me. So, I'm going to join her for lunch soon to really catch up after all these years. Join your spouse for some quiet time. Sometimes we are in such a hurry we don't slow down long enough to have a

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