The Art of Simple

I had to share this great site that promotes simple living  ❤ – The Art of Simple

How to Slow Down Time

Written by Eric C., MA., PhD Candidate Audio version available | Click here “How did it get so late so soon?” ~Dr. Seuss 1. Live for now, not for later We can only experience happiness in the present moment. Just because we are in the middle of a mundane project does not mean we cannot…

37 Spiritual & Life Lessons in 37 years

>> A Reflection: 37 Spiritual & Life Lessons in 37 Years Love these inspiring words by Sarah Prout who has an amazing website! Sarah writes.. “While I wrote this post on my birthday, I feel it’s very timely considering one day my own children will grow up and hopefully reflect on life in their own…

My favourite quote and how I want to greet every situation in 2017.

“True understanding is to see the events of life in this way: You are here for my benefit, though rumor paints you otherwise. And everything is turned to one’s advantage when he greets a situation like this: You are the very thing I was looking for. Truly whatever arises in life is the right material…

Rhino Revolution- Jade’s Story

‘I started veterinary nursing as soon as I left college at 17, when I qualified I knew I wanted to go abroad and help other species, but didn’t know where or what. Whilst working at Battersea dogs and Cats home I met my inspiration and best friend Natalie who had been in South Africa for…

“The challenge is not to manage time but to manage ourselves” Stephen R.Covey

Put First things first- Habit 3 (7 Habits of Highly Effective People) What could be the most valuable way to spend our time? “Building relationships, recognizing new relationships, planning and recreation.” The results are vision, perspective, balance, discipline and control. Where can we start in order to become more effective with personal management? Connect to…

Begin with the end in mind…

Following on from my first post in the series of what I am learning from Stephen Covey’s book “7 Habits of highly effective people”.  Habit 1 says you are the creator (using self-awareness, conscience and imagination), and Habit 2 is the first creation. “All things are created twice principle is in use here. There’s a…

Gratitude

“Gratitude turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos into order, confusion into clarity. It makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow …” – Melody Beattie