Barb rode a horse; having read my previous Gentle Message, Joan went out and bought “The Little Engine That Could”; Donna’s gone to concerts to see different artists, read interesting articles, drunk new soda and juices, played new games online, gone to new restaurants, gone to new stores – sometimes done big things sometimes small; Connie took a day off and went to Wakefield, RI to rest, shop and enjoy new sights. What did you do to change it up?…
Added by Kita Szpak on July 26, 2014 at 3:42pm — No Comments
That’s right. Stand on the table. (Just don’t let your kids see you do it.) Reverse your walking route. Visit the library if you haven’t been there for a while. Pick a new place to go for breakfast. Call a friend you haven’t seen in ages. Watch the movie you think is “not for you”. Write and mail a letter to the person you love best. That’s right – change it up and notice how differently you feel. With a little twist to the daily routine, your energy is boosted. And…Continue
Added by Kita Szpak on July 19, 2014 at 3:46pm — No Comments
Remember the story about the little engine that could finally haul a number of coal cars up the steep hill by convincing itself that it was capable of doing the job? To this day I have the image of the red locomotive with the friendly but determined face in my head as it chugs up the incline repeating “I think I can; I think I can; I think I can.” Never did it occur to me then as a little girl how important these words were in making a difference between…Continue
Added by Kita Szpak on July 12, 2014 at 11:53am — No Comments
It is in quiet and solitude that answers emerge like a rainbow after a shower. No amount of activity will produce the aha moment: the interlude that follows concentrated busyness will reveal the precious secrets of your unconscious if you allow stillness to envelope you. Summer seems to offer us more of these serene moments. Take them; experience them and witness how creativity stirs within you. Beautiful, isn’t it?
Added by Kita Szpak on July 5, 2014 at 12:31pm — No Comments