Take Care of #1 Those who have spent enough time around me have likely heard me state the phrase, "So. They won't die from that", or, "They won't die from madness, disappointment, etc". Anyone who has heard me make that statement most likely heard it during a conversation about someone having to say "NO" to … Continue reading Don’t Be Afraid To Say No
You Control Your Thoughts I spent a great part of today overthinking things. As I've expressed in prior articles, I'm about to make a huge life change. This change is like no other transition that I have ever made. With making changes of any kind, there are always moving parts, sometimes a few, sometimes many. … Continue reading Anxiety, Insecurity, And Overthinking
The Roads To Progress Goes In Several Directions A couple of days ago, my son and I were conversing about making moves in life. Of course, everyone wants to move forward, that goes without saying. Still, we spent a great deal of the conversation on moving forward towards progress. We work hard right now to … Continue reading Moving Backwards To Move Forward
*Repost* Loving Your Flaws When Others Do Not "If you've not been criticized, booed, jeered, or such; it's not because you have no flaws, but because you don't count so much" ~Danny Thomas I fell in love with that poem when I heard Danny Thomas say it at the end of a Dean Martin's Celebrity … Continue reading Feeling Good About YOU!
A Message From Brandi Badd Ass I had decided not to post a blog today. I had become so irritated today that I couldn't write. At first I wanted to get out for a while -- but couldn't, so I accepted that I'd have to stay in, and I decided to work on "me" stuff … Continue reading Focusing On The Good Things
This is going to be short... No one is ever all right about anything, and no one is ever all wrong. Instead of pointing fingers or bringing up events from the past that you have been waiting for an opportune time to talk about, you should first hold yourself accountable for the part that YOU … Continue reading Holding Yourself Accountable