Continuing with a theme, I’m continuing to question status quo and let out my “inner rebel.”
Are you still eating only chicken nuggets and fries or have you changed your “perspective” and diversified your palate?
We do our students a severe disservice when we obsess over their happiness and comfort level.
How can you step outside of your comfort zone in order to honor your calling and purpose?
Forgiveness and redemption – those were the lessons I believe our souls came here to learn.
Perhaps what is wrong with the world is no one is challenging the problems. Maybe civil obedience is perpetuating the maladies.
It’s okay to ask why.
Playtime for adults is important too.
Engage your inner creative!
At this point in my life, I’m discovering the joy of creating and the excitement of stepping outside of my comfort zone.
Love is the reason we are on this earth and the bottom line is, regardless of the outcome, show your love.
(Or, calling all Psych majors)
Approaching what we don’t know with an open mind and curiosity could lead to a happier, more fulfilled life.
We are the only thing standing between the life we are living and the life we want to live.
My husband and I were always supposed to work together in some capacity, despite our uniquely different personalities.
I question if our necessity to focus all week on the sins we commit is good for our mental health.