Friday, June 29, 2012

Children are Creators

Check out this very cool article that demonstrates that absolutely genius, abundantly creative, and comedic inventors of our future. Kids are so full of imagination and possibility...this article demonstrates it in full.

Click here for article

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Faith in Humanity

Check out this list of great photos from that is sure to remind you about the beauty and goodness in human beings. Sometimes it seems that our world and daily lives are flooded with stories and images of crime and wrongdoing, but hopefully this article will warm your heart and plant a sweet reminder of our inherent goodness.

Click here to see article

Monday, June 18, 2012

20 Amazing health tips

 Ever find yourself wondering how, amidst all of the modern diet crazes and rumored "health" tips, you will ever know how to eat for health and wellness that will last? This article is a really good source for how to eat healthfully and keep your body lean and your and mind sharp.

Click here to read article

Monday, June 11, 2012


Wabi-Sabi is the Japanese view that things/people/experiences are beautiful and perfect in their imperfection.

What can you relate this to in your life?

We are often so critical of ourselves for not meeting unrealistic standards; for not being perfect. For being flawed.

Today can you harness the viewpoint of Wabi-Sabi in your own life? Perhaps this is a chance for you to see your life and your self as you truly are, cracks and all. And in this perspective, actually love the cracks; be thankful for the cracks; treat the cracked parts as beautiful, as valuable, and as crucial to your being.

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Think Like A Tree

Those of you who know me well know my fascination and love for trees. I wanted to share this poem with you today by Karen I. Shragg:

Think Like A Tree

Soak up the sun
Affirm life's magic
Be graceful in the wind
Stand tall after a storm
Feel refreshed after it rains
Grow strong without notice
Be prepared for each season
Provide shelter to strangers
Hang tough through a cold spell
Emerge renewed at the first signs of spring
Stay deeply rooted while reaching for the sky
Be still long enough to
hear your own leaves rustling