The worst day of my life changed me forever – and it changed me in a beautifully redemptive way. Hear my story in this week’s episode of #ConfidenceOnTheGo. Get the full show notes >>> www.trishblackwell.com/185
SOCIAL RESISTANCE WORKOUTS.
Recently I learned a valuable lesson about social resistance. You know, the skill you need to strengthen within yourself when friends overlook details in regards to you, or when the people you trust seem to have temporarily lost their reliability. Social resistance is like a workout; learning how to overcome unexpected cold shoulder treatment from
LIVE WITH YOUR HANDS DOWN.
The most human thing we have to do in life is to learn to speak our honest convictions and feelings and live with the consequences. This is the first requirement of love, and it makes us vulnerable to other people who may ridicule us, but our vulnerability is the only thing we can give to
Kayaking on the Rappahannock River yesterday seemed like a fantastic weekend activity. Kayaking on a low-water river with little current, no wind, and a heat index of 115 degrees for three hours however wasn’t exactly what I expected. It was fantastically uncomfortable for a girl who dropped out of the Girl Scouts after one year
I see a homeless man every morning as I turn the corner to go into work. He stands by the Chick-Fil-A with a sign about Jesus on his back, and he sings to himself. He breaks my heart and makes me smile at the same time. I smile because he sings from joy, and
I have had a tumultuous relationship with my Garmin navigation system over the years. The voice in a box (endearingly nicknamed “bitch-in-a-box” by my friend Moe) has taken me on detours, not always had accurate road updates, and never seems to perfectly predict my arrival time, however the one consistent thing about my bitch-in-a-box is that she gets