Peaceful Soul – Peaceful Life

Sometimes life is more difficult than others.  It doesn’t have to be that anything big and terrible is going on, it can just be that a lot of little things keep grating away.  After a time, it just feels like nothing is right.  That’s when a peaceful soul becomes more important than ever.  A peaceful … Read more

Gratitude for a Peaceful Life

Today I’d like to share a little more about gratitude. By implementing these small steps, you will have one more item in your toolbox for a peaceful, plentiful life. The word gratitude comes from the Latin word gratus, which means “thankful, pleasing.” Therefore, in its most simple form, to be grateful is to be appreciative … Read more

Tiny Steps – Big Peace

You can reduce stress and improve your peace with these tiny steps! Stress comes at you from all different angles. If you allow it, stress can start in your home life, the moment you wake up and extend to your commute, your workplace, and even the things you do after work. You can choose to … Read more

The Connection Between Stretching and Meditation

You’ve probably heard about the connection between meditation and yoga, but did you know that yoga is way more than just stretching, twisting yourself into a pretzel, and holding poses for long periods of time? Yoga encompasses so much more than just the physical. If you look up the definition of yoga, you may find … Read more

Aging Gracefully with these Peaceful Lifestyle Skills

Researchers at University College London identified five life skills that work together to promote wellbeing as we age.  These skills act in concert. You need each of them  together to be successful and happy. The skills were identified in a study from Andrew Steptoe and Jane Wardle of the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health at University … Read more

Why I help You find your purpose – find your joy!

Today I wanted to share a little about me in case you’re wondering who I am and why I do what I do. Helping people find their purpose and find their joy is what I love to do!  It is my true joy and my calling.  I get so much satisfaction from helping my clients … Read more

Brain Health, Television, and Aging Gracefully

If you’re like most people, you spent the pandemic watching more television. Situation comedies, especially the older ones, were the most popular. According to an article by USA Today, “Last year, NBC’s “Friends” – which ended its 10-year run in 2004 – was the most-watched comedy on broadcast or cable TV, with 96.7 billion minutes … Read more

A Peaceful Life – Even After a Betrayal

If you look it up in the dictionary, you may find that to betray is to be disloyal, to reveal secrets, or to reveal your location to an enemy. In real life, some examples of betrayal include cheating on a spouse, revealing secrets that were told in confidence, and a supposedly loyal friend talking badly … Read more

Simple Survival Tools for the Highly Sensitive Person – Part 2 of 2

As a highly sensitive person, life can be difficult. It helps to have tools in your toolbox to help you with the peaceful life you may be seeking. Yesterday we talked about simple survival tools like staying positive, being true to yourself, owning who you are, and observing your attitude, adjusting it as needed. These … Read more

Overcome Imposter Syndrome for a Peaceful Life

Imposter Syndrome – that sounds scary! Well, it is – kind of – if you have it. Not too mention, it really interferes with your peace. In case you aren’t familiar with the term, according to the Oxford dictionary, imposter syndrome is the persistent inability to believe that one’s success is deserved or has been … Read more