Monday, December 29, 2014

Excerpts from Savor Your Life: The World NEEDS you to Live Life to the Fullest

Be Brave Little One Red Black and White planter

The World needs you To Share what you Savor

I arise in the morning torn between a desire to save the world and a desire to savor the world.  This makes is hard to plan the day.
E.B. White

What a beautiful way to face the world.  You are so in touch with your soul's purpose that each day gets better and better.

Do you have a sense of how to reach that type of life joy?  Is there a road map that you have been dreaming about that you need to chart on paper? 

Stop holding it in your heart and take some action steps.  

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Thursday, December 25, 2014

Excerpt from Savor Your Life: Is is Time to Let it Go?

handmade BASIL spice jar 

 The Realization that Maybe It's Time to Let Go

Every journey starts with a separation, a leave-taking, a realization that the place you are right now is a place where you can no longer stay.
Justine Musk

The choice to part ways with a bad idea, a wrong decision, a friendship or a relationship is difficult to say the least. 

Many people ascribe to the cliché when someone makes her bed, she needs to lie in it - no matter how uncomfortable the bed has become.  And in some cases the decision to stay in the situation can potentially bring deep lessons that have far reaching value. 

Is there any decision that you are facing right now where you know you need to make peace and let go?

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Sunday, December 21, 2014

Excerpt From Savor Your Life: Are you Looking For Answers?

Pagoda Green Spotted Travel Mug with Lid

Waiting for the answer you need

I'm learning to be quiet with myself.  The view is clearer through the stillness.
 Carol Franco

It is not always easy to be still.  Waiting for the answers that only come from the quiet.  Letting our hearts and our minds settle.  Not making a decision too quickly.  Not giving the immediate answer.

Think about a decision that you made where you reaped valuable benefits from taking that time to let the decision marinate a bit.

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