Top 2020 Takeaways

Despite its hardships, this year presented us with new opportunities for growth. As I reflect, I have identified five positive takeaways significant to 2020.

Embracing Change

Change, you can resist it or you can embrace it, but the sooner you choose to embrace it, the easier life is going to be.

Establishing Boundaries

What I find is that boundaries are often driven from upset. When someone has upset you, leaving you feeling mistreated or maybe even violated, that is an indicator there is a need for a boundary.

Episode 2: Not Me and Miswanting

Do you find yourself prioritizing money over time? Many of us are under the impression that more money leads to more happiness, but is that really true?

Noticing Life

Always remember to treasure the moments because they’re not promised to last.

Episode 1: FFoM & The Knowing-Doing Gap

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Minimalism

How your stuff may be holding you back.

Coronavirus Time

Does time during a quarantine feel like it’s moving faster or slower?

Combating Quarantine

Stuck at home? Even if you don’t follow a routine, it’s important to infuse these sanity strategies into your daily life.

Inner Peace

Could you benefit from strategies to quiet the voice in your head and reset your thinking?

Regret

When my grandfather was alive, we would always spend Thanksgiving together. Whether he would come to Michigan or we would go to New York, Thanksgiving was the one holiday we consistently spent with one another…because it revolved around food. When I was eight years old, Papa Jimmy was in town and we were having our […]

Living for You

You can’t love others, and expect others to love you if you don’t even love yourself first.

Assume Best Intentions

I’ve realized that going through life assuming everyone is trying their best, is a happier way to live. If you automatically assume the worst in people, you become more miserable and start to believe everyone is against you.