Resist, Persist, Insist: U2’s 2017 Concert Tour Honors HERoic Women
Adaptability / Adversity / Challenge / Emotional Evolution & Spiritual Growth / Faith / Freedom / Gratitude / Happiness / Inspiration from Others / Love / Positive Self-Image / Staying Positive / We Are Connected

Resist, Persist, Insist: U2’s 2017 Concert Tour Honors HERoic Women

The 2017 U2 Joshua Tree concert tour was the most powerful concert experience I have ever had, jam packed with thought provoking imagery and deep meaning, including a heavy tipping of the hat to the strength and unfathomable hope of some truly amazing women. Read about it here on my Teardrop Adventures blog: Reach Out … Continue reading

Morning Coffee AFFIRMATIONS #2: Always Learning
Emotional Evolution & Spiritual Growth / Morning Coffee AFFIRMATIONS

Morning Coffee AFFIRMATIONS #2: Always Learning

[Reading Time:   2 minutes, 24  seconds  ] “If you think you’re done, you’re done.” True enough statement, right? Paid the bills? Check. Fed the dog? Check. Scheduled the appointment? Check. These are no-brainers. Black and white as coffee and milk. They are finite tasks, largely under your control. When you’re done, you truly are done. … Continue reading

Morning Coffee AFFIRMATIONS #1: Everything Changes
Acceptance / Adaptability / Adversity / Challenge / Change / Morning Coffee AFFIRMATIONS / Moving On / Staying Positive / Transition

Morning Coffee AFFIRMATIONS #1: Everything Changes

[Reading Time: 2 minutes, 36 seconds] Unless you’re stagnant and still—a mere concrete block in a sea of humans—change is inevitable. Everything changes. Nothing stays the same. Situations change, for better or worse. People change, for better or worse. Even people who insist they won’t change do, in fact, change. Even those we think will … Continue reading

World Without Wisdom? – Not Diggin’ This Devolution
Being present / Change / Emotional Evolution & Spiritual Growth / Relationships

World Without Wisdom? – Not Diggin’ This Devolution

Every morning, an elderly oriental woman shuffles by my house. Keeping time with her own internal beat, she makes her way with great determination and the help of a cane. She is 100 years old, so the neighbors say, and like the great workings inside an ancient clock, her cogs click in perfect, calculated succession … Continue reading