Over the last decade, I have extensively researched the topic of self-help and personal development. Although many authors make this topic complicated, achieving the life you desire is actually very easy. By following three easy steps, you can change virtually any area of your life — and did I happen to mention it is easy?
Practice Win-Win when dealing with your kids. Moms are always telling their children what to do and how to do it. Mothers know best! In a perfect world, our children would just listen intently to every word of wisdom that we give them, and they would follow every direction we gave them. If they listened
4 years ago, I felt like the rug of my life had been pulled out. To avoid a complete mental breakdown, my wonderful mother suggested that I get a babysitter and go out for lunch with her. I agreed, found a sitter, and away we went. I had the most awesome afternoon, and I felt
Today is the day that we are supposed to tell the people we love how much we love them. There is an expectation that one will receive flowers, chocolates, jewelery or a beautiful, romantic night out. I love the idea of Valentine’s Day in that we tell people we care about them and appreciate them.
This morning when my alarm went off, I was inspired by Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock’s song, “It Takes Two”. It takes two to make a thing go right… It takes two to make it outta sight! Every successful relationship requires all persons involved to put in effort . One person alone cannot make
A perfect partnership is one where two people are willing to put in the same amount of effort towards achieving a defined goal. Plan together and then work hard towards achieving that goal and you will succeed… together. Namaste.
Be honest with yourself and everyone else in your life. Being honest with yourself means to always respect and listen to yourself. You know deep inside of you what is right for you, and what is not, and also what you really want out of life. Listen to yourself. You know what is best for
Do something nice for a friend today. “A friendship can weather most things and thrive in thin soil; but it needs a little mulch of letters and phone calls and small, silly presents every so often – just to save it from drying out completely.” Pam Brown