It is possible to hug happiness and here are four practical ways for you to hug and hold onto it in your everyday and daily life! >>> Get the full show notes at www.trishblackwell.com/118
I was born in May, so I have always loved the fact that April showers bring May flowers. It made me feel like my month of birth was special, and well, flowery. I propose a shift on these showers and flowers to you this April: I am declaring April a month of flowers, that is,
When I find myself asking myself whether or not I should do something that I really want to do, the word y.o.l.o (you only live once) whispers to me and propels me to action. It’s true, you only live once. How many times though do we find ourselves putting off happiness because we don’t think
I care too much about what people think; we all do if we are honest enough with ourselves. Vernon Howard once said that a “truly strong person does not need the approval of others any more than a lion needs the approval of sheep.” We must allow the world around us to live as it
I watch people exercise all day. It’s my job; I supervise my staff of trainers and, essentially, I get paid to people watch. It is interesting to watch the human character that is revealed as clients are covered in sweat, struggling in pain and fighting exhaustion. This is where you really get to see what people are made of.