For years (not days, weeks, or months) I was in a rut. The life I had settled into was making me miserable but I didn’t have any idea how to improve it. About a year ago, I remembered a time in my life when I had tried something and it had really created some momentum and change. The memory of getting out of a rut before made me determined to do it again. And I did!
My Pumpkin Green Smoothie is one of my go-to smoothie recipes. Pumpkin and blueberries are so good for your skin among other things and this is my favorite way to get those nutrients into my diet on a regular basis. Another reason I love this smoothie is it is super easy to make. It’s perfect for busy mornings!
Do you ever try and hide your imperfections from the world? What if instead of trying to remove or hide your imperfection, you could let your imperfections show you the way to success?
Your Imperfections Make You Perfect
From an early age, I can remember feeling weird and not quite fitting in. To compensate, I spent a lot of time trying to develop into what I thought the world wanted. I wasn’t successful and it wasn’t until I learned to own and develop my imperfections, that I learned they could be the key to success. I really have learned that my imperfections make me perfect.
It’s hard to imagine when you are at your lowest point, how to get back on your feet. I did it though and I hope my experience can help you too.
I fell on my ass big time a few years ago. Suddenly, I went from having a big house, a great job, and a husband to having an unsettled, somewhat nomadic life minus the job, house, and husband. If you feel like you need to get back on your feet, my experience may help you.
From being an unemployed stay-at-home mom to being a career professional, I’ve learned several powerful ways to keep yourself in the game, even when you aren’t working. By using some of these suggestions, you can always feel employable.
When you aren’t working, whether by choice or by circumstances beyond your control, it can feel uncomfortable to say the least. You may even wonder Am I unemployable now? That’s probably not the case and I can show you seven ways to always be employable.
Anytime I learn something new, it affects my life in different and often better ways than I expect. Recently, while riding my new bike, I realized that I was experiencing many unexpected benefits of bike riding.
My earliest cycling adventure began when I was about 2 ½. My mom was going to the grocery store and refused to take me with her. As she drove off, I jumped on my tricycle and took off in hot pursuit down the street, pedaling as fast as I could.
How to Write Your First Blog Post is a blog-writing process that will help you create blog posts that are professional, searchable, and attractive to readers right from the start.
When I tell people that I blog, so many tell me that they would love to start a blog. I always encourage them to give it a try. Starting a blog is relatively inexpensive and it is a great outlet to express your opinions, develop your voice, and connect with your creative spirit. As a bonus, some people eventually monetize their blogs. (Speaking of that–this post does have affiliate links–full disclosure here.)
You have a comfort zone and it’s probably your favorite place in the world. Because when you are in your comfort zone; life kind of feels right. It feels so right, you might wonder why getting out of your comfort zone is good for you.
Why Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone is Good for You
What is your comfort zone? It’s when you have life somewhat on autopilot. You’ve got things in place: friends, job, kids, hobbies, and activities. You aren’t particularly searching for new things and life seems pretty good for the most part.
Why in the world would anyone want to get out of their comfort zone? Isn’t comfort a good thing?
Think you need a definite plan to create a life you love? Maybe you think you are too old or too any other thing to have a better life? Forget that stuff! Here are my favorite (and much used) ways to continually move in the direction of a life you love. Not only will this benefit you; it will benefit everyone around you!
Healthy food tastes bad. How many times has that thought occurred to you? And why have you learned to think that?
I recently read something in an otherwise good article that was very disturbing. It kind of made me mad. Because it repeating something that just isn’t true.
It said something along the lines of,
to be healthy you need to eat foods you don’t like.