This list has some BIG names. Tim Brownson is a Certified Life Coach and has been unsticking people and helping them reach their true potential since 2005. If you would like to know how he can help you, contact him now. Thank you, Tim. Ah, and thank you again, Tim for taking the trouble to point out the missing “contact me” here on my blog. Yeah, I am that dumb. I stand gratefully corrected.
- Why let life overwhelm us?
- Is it not important to be consciously present through all the situations that beg for multi-tasking in our lives?
- Why miss out on important stuff and suffer regret later?
- Why let the hectic flow of life sweep us along?
I am using love as my currency in life. How about you?
Love Love Love!
Thank you times three! Hugs, Sheila!
Congratulations Vidya! Wow, that is very cool. You are an amazing writer and I very much enjoy your posts and advice.
Thanks, Terri! Hugs! 🙂
Vidya, This is terrific. All of it. You have so much to be proud of and grateful for. As for smelling the flowers, the first daffodil just bloomed in my yard. I’m going to go smell it right now! And then I’m going to check out the other blogs on the list.
Daffodils are so cheerful, Galen! Thank you so much for visiting, and your kind words! Indeed I am grateful!
Love flowing in your direction… Xxxx
I am thrilled to complete the circle, dearest Kim! Love and hugs to you!
Congratulations! I can’t wait to read your series. I’m always trying to slow down and smell the flowers. And being that it’s spring this is a perfect series for me. Thanks!!
🙂 Thank you, Betsy! Let me know what you think! Love to you!
Once again, dear Vidya, you’re reading my mind. It seems that each day I start to get stressed and worried about getting everything done. Then my wise self (maybe you?) chimes in to remind me that everything will be the same whether I stress or not. I’m just wasting my own energy in the process.
I look into my children’s gorgeous faces and smile inside and out. I take a deep breath and admit that I’m doing my best. This allows me to slow down and see one thing at a time instead of feeling everything at once. Your words are pure gold. Thank you so much!
You know, Paige, it was the same for me. I’d look at my (then) little son’s face and forget all my worries. It is still the same 🙂 Stress will always be around – and it is completely up to us to slow down and savor life. I just re-prioritized and it was easy after that.
Thank you so much for your kind words. I consider you a fantastic writer and value your views.
It is about LOVE!!!! So well said.
I think that I am frequently caught up in moments of frantic work stuff, or frantic getting ready, or frantic rushing about, etc…and I often just get swept up and then I’m shocked that time has flown by! I feel like I’m just wasting days, weeks, months…and not appreciating life overall.
Thanks for giving me something to think about. 🙂
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