Never Force

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Forced pursuits never turn out as you want. Remember the post from a few weeks ago that quoted the saying on my mantel? “Happiness is the journey, not the destination.” When force is used to obtain something, the destination turns … Read More


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Oh, the pressure! We want to change, but it is just so hard. There is so much thinking, thinking, thinking, and then contemplating and then stalling and don’t forget self-sabotaging. I’ll start my diet tomorrow so I must eat all … Read More

What is Fascia

Fascia is the hidden influence on our body that is often the forgotten child when we have pain and illness. Julia Lamm interviewed Jocelyn Metzger, expert Myofascial Release therapist, to find out more about what is fascia, how does it … Read More

The right cutting utensil

As I am working more in the kitchen, I realized how important it is to choose the right cutting utensil to cut foods. As an occupational therapist, I was constantly thinking of energy conservation tips for my clients lacking endurance. … Read More

I Let Go of Control

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Messages all around me are reminding me to let go of control, surrender, stop trying so hard. God will put everything into place as it should be. Control is a force, not a flow. Through our choices of how to … Read More

The ultimate plan

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God has a plan. God’s plan is very simple. God wants you to be happy. Part of life’s journey is the follow the advice God gives you through so many messages and learning more about yourself so that you can … Read More

Dreams do come true

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Sometimes, it’s hard to move forward when traumatic events happen in our life. Many people right now are thinking about their losses of a job, childcare, freedom to go out with friends, the ability to go shopping, and so forth. … Read More

What could happen

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I can’t help but see the coincidence between the Coronavirus outbreak and this being the Lenten season, a time in which Jesus went into the desert for 40 days and 40 nights. During those 40 days and 40 nights, he … Read More


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Communication is just about as challenging as ever with the advancements of technology. Sending emails, text messages, and personal messages leave us to interpret how things are being said. The problem with this is that our own perception and frame … Read More

Catching up on slowing down

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Life is busy. Eventually, things slow down. During this time, it is important to take the opportunity to slow down, give yourself permission to rest, and reset for the next time life gets really busy. Quieter times are the perfect … Read More

Labels for Happiness

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Are you enough to make yourself feel good? Are you relying on outside sources for your happiness? These outside sources could be the labels and roles you’ve created for yourself as your identity. It could be accomplishing a task. It … Read More

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