Imagining the Future

Agree or Disagree: Imagining the future can help you make decisions today?

I just came across this and found it rather interesting.

I grew up imagining the future. It looked a lot like the America Dream; or the system in which we enter as a young child.

School, good grades, graduating, getting a job, marriage, climbing the ranks at work, increase in salary, buying a home, having a family.

Resistance is Winning

Where there aren’t good boundaries, there isn’t creative “flow” and where there isn’t creative flow, there isn’t progress. — Brian Gardner (tweet this)

I’m in a writing rut. Not a, “I stare at a blank screen not knowing what to write writer’s block kind of way”, but rather a, “I’m not even putting my butt in the chair to write kind of rut”.

Writing has been the backbone of my growth.

It’s the foundation to traveling journey of bettering myself each and ever day. It’s the exercise that strengthens the mindfulness muscle and creates space between stimulus and response.

But yet, I’m not writing.

A New Earth

I’ll be honest with you, I was nervous diving into Eckhart Tolle’s book, A New Earth, for one reason and one reason only; I thought I wouldn’t be able to comprehend it.

I’ve always stayed away from his books because I’ve felt his words lived in another dimension than the one I was living.

Writing Makes Us Better Together

This post is part of my monthly contribution over at The Gift of Writing, a site by Claire De Boer. It’s an absolute privilege to be part of the TGOW community and I thank Claire for the opportunity. Read the full article here.

Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart. – William Wordsmith

Life seems to move pretty fast. Throw in an, almost, three year old boy, with one on the way, a yellow lab and all of the daily to-do’s and that leaves little time to communicate with your significant other.

Communication is the foundation to a deeply connected and rooted relationship.