Monthly Archives: November 2018
Celebrate the small things that happen. What happens in your life without you having to think about it? The sun rises and sets, your eyes blink, you heart beats, you can hear the sound of your alarm, you can go … Continue reading
Tap into your senses. What do you love to eat? What do you love to see? What do you love to smell? What do you love to hear? What do you love to touch? Food, drinks, movies, flowers, coffee, music, … Continue reading
What are you grateful for that is around you? Your physical surroundings (such as a house, car, country, city or state), external surroundings (such birds chirping, sun shining, rain falling) or emotional surroundings (such as the love you feel for … Continue reading
What did you do today that you felt good or you enjoyed? Today was an exciting day! I planned my first hike as Event Organizer for my hiking group, King County Hiking and Mountaineering Group. I escaped from my comfort … Continue reading
Stop. Look. Be Grateful. We all need more “stop signs” in our lives. Time to relax and breath, self-reflect, and appreciate.
What are you grateful for this year? How will you express your gratitude? Gratitude is good medicine. — Robert A. Emmons, professor of psychology at UC Davis 10 Reasons to Practice an Attitude of Gratitude, year round Gratitude Empowers You Visit … Continue reading
After the turkey is cooked and served, grace is said, and bellies are full, try this Thanksgiving puzzle to challenge our brains and keep us mentally fit. Can you solve the Thanksgiving puzzle? Created by Silver Sneakers, an organization with the mission to make … Continue reading
Have you ever experienced Flow? A state in which people are so involved in an activity that nothing else seems to matter; the experience is so enjoyable that people will continue to do it at great cost, for the sheer sake of doing it. -Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi … Continue reading
30 DAY CHALLENGE How to be kind and express gratitude? Print, post, and practice one positive act a day!