Disappointment and conflict are a part of life, but we have a choice about how we handle them. It is easy to fall into the traps of judgment, pointing the finger of blame, and resentment that lead to destructive thoughts and actions, but who is that really hurting? Yeah, you. Instead we can look for…
Check out our article by Jim Caroompas in the Martinez Patch.
Tamara Gerlach describes her book, Cultivating Radiance, as a “guide to self-care from the inside out.” And it’s a fair assessment. The book contains page after page of wisdom, comfort, and guidance, sharp humor and empathetic insight. (read full article)
This weekend we will gather a group of friends to help us harvest olives to be pressed into luscious oil. I love this time of year because the seeds that were planted and the fruit that was cultivated are ready to be enjoyed in abundance.
It is also a great time to take a look at what we are harvesting in our lives. What business or personal goals are we harvesting? What health or relationship dynamics are present? What are we harvesting that is meaningful? Radiant?