It’s the second year in a row of what I hope will be an annual event, a Habitat for Humanity build.
What if today, and going forward in the future, we made a purposeful, deliberate and intentional choice to be kinder to ourselves?
Has this happened to you? You just want to be helpful, kind, understanding in a difficult situation but you feel ill-equipped to deal with the circumstance at hand.
Being a finalist for the Manitoba Woman Entrepreneur of the Year Awards is a scary and humbling experience that conjures up the question, “Why am I here?”
When tragedy strikes, having the knowledge of how to be resilient can make the difference between overcoming difficulties or succumbing to them.
In a world full of toys, a simple, little kaleidoscope seems to contain many secrets that parallel life and the beautiful opportunities presented to us everyday.
Before you congratulate me for losing 15 pounds, maybe wait another year, because getting that excess weight off is only half the battle. The other half is keeping it off. And I’m not confident this time will be any different from other times.
This could be considered a new year’s resolution. Or, some advice from the front lines of the ‘people helping people’ industry. Or, perhaps it’s a wake up call reminding us to be mindful of who we choose as our friends.
What could you do if you had more willpower? Here are some tips and techniques for strengthening your self-discipline.
Sometimes the answers come in the form of brilliant questions. We are often so eager to seek solutions, we forget to ask questions that might lead us to some creative ideas that will really work for us.