Living My Values

After stressing out about arriving late to some early morning meetings, I realized I wasn’t honoring my value of easing into my day. I was committing to someone else’s timeline and not recognizing my prior commitment to myself.

So I recommitted to my rejuvenation time and stopped rushing to start my day. The result? Peace and calm.

“The important thing in life is to have a center so sound that nothing outside ourselves can disturb it.” ~ Joan Chittister, In a High Spiritual Season

Inhale Lived Values, Exhale Abandoned Values…
Inhale Commitment, Exhale Forgetfulness…
Inhale Self-Care, Exhale Stress…
Just Breathe

#Values
#JustBreathe

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Review

My journals are incubators for the thoughts that become my blog, that turned into my book. So whenever I get to the end of one, I spend some time going through the pages to gather any undernourished nuggets or underdeveloped ideas. Every now and then, I’ll find something so close to completion all I have to do is attach an image.

I also find unfinished thoughts … and wonder where they were going. But I hold on to those, just in case I remember the direction.

“Nothing is ever really lost to us as long as we remember it.” ~ L.M. Montgomery

Inhale Thoughts, Exhale Forgetfulness…
Inhale Nourish, Exhale Neglect…
Inhale Creation, Exhale Procrastination…
Just Breathe…

#JustBreathe
#Creation

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Order

Lately I’ve been doing this thing where I spend an inordinate amount of minutes looking for a thing, only to find it…exactly where it should be.

“Organizing is what you do before you do something, so that when you do it, it is not all mixed up.” ~ A.A. Milne, creator of Winnie the Pooh

Inhale Order, Exhale Confusion…
Inhale Organized, Exhale Forgetfulness…
Inhale Orderliness, Exhale Senior Moments…
Just Breathe

#JustBreathe
#Process

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