“If you would like to accomplish something, you must expect this of yourself.” - Wayne Dyer That sounds so simple. BUT, ask yourself . . . are you REALLY expecting to accomplish your goals when you set them? Or, are you setting … Continue reading EXPECT to Achieve Your Goals
Part of the 52 Weeks of Healthy Habits for Bright Light Living Series. Set your intention for the day and then execute.
This week's Healthy Habit is simple, but maybe not so simple . . . go to bed by 10 p.m. And if you don't think that is early enough for you, then adjust the timing to meet your schedule. You body's schedule. What this means is that the electronics are off. No browsing social media … Continue reading Lights Out by 10 p.m.
Has it felt as if COVID has taken you hostage? I know that in many ways, it has for me. And the reason – well there are many – is the lack of CONTROL that accompanies it. I do not have the power to make the virus go away, as much as I wish I … Continue reading Reclaim Your Life
I am a writer. Writing is my passion and love – and it is what I do every day, in some shape or form, whether in my day job, in creating novels or my blog. But, I did not always consider myself “a writer”. Instead, I considered myself to be someone who liked to write. … Continue reading Embrace Your Value
You will start that diet after the holidays. You will start working out next week. You will tackle your closet clean up next weekend. Does any of this sound familiar? It does for me. For those who have lofty intentions or have started working towards a goal but then "fell off the horse" there is … Continue reading Take a Why Not NOW Attitude
There is a common occurrence that often happens when we set goals. We limit ourselves and set a cap on what we think is possible . . . for ourselves. I mean, it is okay for other people to obtain these goals. Right? How many times have we told ourselves, "those types of goals are … Continue reading Have a ‘Why Not Me?!’ Attitude
There is something to be said about working for someone vs. working for yourself. The difference is that in working for someone else, you are accountable to someone else. Which means that you, in this scenario, may find yourself working harder, being more focused, and intentional with your goals. Why is this? It is because … Continue reading Hold Yourself Accountable
Every week for the past twenty-six weeks (actually a little more with the "check-ins"), I have posted a new "healthy habit" for the mind, body, and spirit. The habits were intended to be small and manageable so that they could be slowly implemented into our lives. We are now at a half-way point. It's been … Continue reading The Half-Way Point of BLL Healthy Habits
This week’s Healthy Habit deals with having a healthy relationship with our finances—budgets are essential and serve as a visual snapshot to keep on track. By taking the time to analyze your regular expenses, you will be able to see if you are overspending, able to save, and are being fiscally responsible. I know that … Continue reading Establish a Budget and Stick to It
Before you read this post, I would like for you to think about one of your PAST GOALS and how you ACHIEVED it. Now write it down. How did you feel when you (a) first set your goal and (b) when you achieved it? What would you consider to be the critical factors that allowed … Continue reading Three Essential Elements to Achieve Your Goals
This week's "Healthy Habit" is simple and should be pretty easy, but yet it is one that is not always practiced (at least not by my kids). With this quarantine, NOT practicing this habit becomes very evident. To give some examples: Putting your dishes in the dishwasher rather than the sink. This simple habit makes … Continue reading Putting Things (Back) Where They Belong