Now that you have your CAN (Catch-All-Notebook), it’s time to start filling out the pages. This is the fun part that is going to set you on your way to the life you’ve only dreamed about. Step 1: Values Sit down with your CAN. Put the date at the top and list all of the… Continue reading Organization: Values, Priorities, and Goals
I decided to start with organization in the 12-month improvement plan because so many people feel that they can accomplish so much more if they “could just get organized.” They’re right. It does take a little setting up to get going, but once everything is set up, there’s no looking back. However, where do you… Continue reading Organization: The Catch-All-Notebook
I’m been so excited to start this project. We’re all going to benefit from improving our lives just a little bit. Each month will be a different topic, and each topic will have some of my own suggestions along with suggestions from the experts. The great part about splitting it up is that you can… Continue reading The 12-Month Self-Improvement Plan is Here!
Music does amazing things to our brains. It can pump us up with its high energy (Beetles), make us cry with it’s long melodic chords (just about any movie with the death scene of a beloved character), or build anticipation and scare us with its repetition of a single note (think Jaws). Damn you, Cinema!… Continue reading Playlists for Life
We can’t help it. We all get old. However, we can do things that help us get older a little more gracefully. Stretching is one of those things. Flexibility is something we all take for granted. Sure, we might have stretched a little when we were getting ready to do some sort of physical activity… Continue reading Stretching and Aging
Last Wednesday, I was in a car accident. At the time, I was upset, but I had all of my limbs and no blood seeping from any newly created holes. I was okay. Sadly, my Jeep was not. The gentleman behind me hit me into the car in front of me which meant that I… Continue reading A New Appreciation
I think this one is pretty self-explanatory. You have to take that first step. Just put one foot in front of the other. Then do it again.
We’ve all wanted to give up at some time or another. Think about the times you did give up. Did you ever accomplish anything by giving up?
You are so much stronger than you know. Get your brain out of the way and let your body do its thing.