Get Your Weekly Positivity Tips

Staying positive can be hard!  Life is constantly providing us with challenges, whether it’s at work, at home, with our relationships, with our health, etc. How can we find a better balance and spend more time feeling good? Check out the tips below for some ideas.

How Strong is Your Self-Command Muscle? Test It with the PQ Assessment

It’s so much easier to be positive and optimistic when life is going our way. But what if someone makes you mad? How long does it take for you to get over it? Or if you make a mistake? How [...]

The Battery Was Dead! The Difference Between Judgment & Discernment

We got in the car to head home, only to find that the battery was dead! I noticed my initial thought, “Oh no! This is bad!” Then I switched my focus and told myself it wasn’t a [...]

I Had a Rough Day! Let Me Tell You About It

At the end of a rough day, do you ever vent or complain?  Maybe you had to deal with a difficult customer, or there was a frustrating meeting, or you just had too much to do. It’s normal for us [...]

A Year of Surviving the Pandemic: Here’s a Long List of Ideas to Help You Keep Going

My weekly tip for March 15, 2020, a little over one year ago, was “How to Find More Calm When Life is Anything But.”   Our lives had just been turned upside down and we had no idea [...]

Let Me Tell You About My Sprouts . . . even if you don’t care

Life is richer when we have interesting things to think about, to talk about, and to do. These are topics that we may find fascinating, want to learn more about, or just enjoy. For example, I [...]

Wisdom Teeth, Hot Water, & an Oven – Reminders of How Good I Have It

What do wisdom teeth, hot water, and an oven have in common? They’re three recent events that have helped me notice things I take for granted. A few days ago, my daughter had her wisdom [...]

What Would You Tell Your Younger Self? A Visualization for Self-Love

The instructions were to visualize a happy time in our lives as a child. (If we couldn’t come up with any happy memories, we were told to make one up.) I closed my eyes and thought back to [...]

Getting to Know Our Judge

Last week I was playing the new digital Monopoly with my 15-year-old daughter. She had more money and more property than me. I was feeling a little frustrated and noticed I wasn’t having [...]