Great ideas are just things that have already happened… in the future. You’ve already done it. It was/will be fantastic. You know it. It’s coming. We are now, in the present, just figuring out the ‘how’ and ‘enjoying’ the journey there. The uncertainty can either trigger us into a place of fear or motivate usContinue reading “Trauma-Informed Goals”
Category Archives: DEVELOPING ROUTINES
Short Progress Report
Genuine gratitude comes from authentically and somatically experiencing ‘I like this. I want this. I am happy with this. I enjoy this. I feel safe with this.’
Creating Good Addictions
We think of addictions as bad. I’ve stayed away from drugs and alcohol; my drug of choice is food.
A professor/mentor of mine once told the young mother me that one of the most valuable piece of advice she received was to run regular family meetings.
Atomic Habits by James Clear
James Clear’s book is all about how to build productive habits and how to stop destructive habits.
The Rs: Routine and Ritual, Reflection and Restoration
Walking the dog and showering. Brushing teeth and driving. What do these things have in common?
From Changing Table to Standing Desk!
Reuse, recycle, and repurpose. COVID challenge results in creative problem solving!
Starting My Day with Making the Bed
For anyone dealing with any sort of mental health challenge, we struggle with what some may describe as procrastination or laziness.
New Fun Obsession: PRETZELS!
My therapist wanted me to do something frivolous. Not just activities with functionality. So…
Fail to Succeed
Accept that failure is part of the process of developing, and not a reflection of our shortcomings.