Posts Tagged ‘music’

With or Without Time

Friday, April 15th, 2011

Most of us battle time. It depends on where you are in your life that dictates whether you have too much or not enough. If you decide that you don’t have enough find a way use the precious free minutes you have to do something you WANT to do and do it. Play your music, read the article, make the salad, take the walk, ride the bike, go to the beach, watch the sunset, write the paragraph, ask the question, call the friend, smell the flowers, sleep.

If on the other hand you have too much time, what can you do to make a difference in your life or someone else’s? It doesn’t take much effort. Stretch your boundaries just a little. Think about something you’ve always said you’d like to do but haven’t yet. What pops up? It’s all out there. Expand.

Don’t Change A Thing…

Saturday, March 26th, 2011

New man in your life?

It’s tempting to start a remodel project by  tearing down, throwing out, reconstructing into who you think your new friend wants you to be.

Not so fast.

That man doesn’t want to see a female version of himself.

Afraid of what he might think of your place, your clothes, furniture, taste in music, favorite foods, TV programs, family, pets, job etc?

Erase those thoughts right out of your mind.

Don’t change a thing unless you want to. Unless YOU want to for you. Who you are is who you really are and it’s important for others to see the real you.

If you don’t know who you are, figure it out before you find a new relationship. Self-discovery inside a new relationship is not the best idea because the lines between you and him get blurry and in some cases you can lose you and then need to leave the relationship to find out where you went and that’s  going to cost you some precious time.

We all want to put our best self forward in a new partnership but put YOUR best self forward, not what you think he wants to see.

We’re all evolving and making small changes that lead to more confidence and a  stronger identity.

New partnerships are exciting because we learn about and do different things with someone new. It’s likewise for them which means you need to step up to the plate and show him what you’re made of.

Be proud of who you are and who you’ve become, as you have healed and grown from the past. Being who you are will pay off in big ways over your life time.

Those Who Dance

Friday, August 20th, 2010

Those who danced were thought to be quite insane by those who could not hear the music.  Angela Monet