Fit4Mom Founder and CEO Lisa Druxman shares major insight on how she launched a successful company, raised a family & lived on purpose all at the same time. Get the full show notes >>> www.trishblackwell.com/177
Joy is a state of mind, an orientation of the heart, and a soul saturated in contentment, confidence and hope. Listen to find “the secret” to real joy. Get the full show notes >>> www.trishblackwell.com/165
10 WAYS TO INCREASE YOUR JOY EPISODE #74 Today’s episode is going to cover: 10 ways to increase your joy and your happiness 7 joy killers you must avoid 12 small ways you can spread joy to others in big ways WE’RE TALKING ABOUT JOY THIS WEEK! WHY JOY? The idea of joy changed my
LIVING FOR THE WEEKDAY EPISODE #2 You don’t have to just live for the weekends…listen in and learn how to start living for the weekday. I challenge you to really LIVE life as a verb. If you aren’t proactively living, then you are merely existing. Are you just staying busy with your to-do list
To say that I qualify as an intermediate surfer is being generous, but since I am the one who writes, I will call myself exactly that: an intermediate. I am thirsty for improvement, and still at the point that every time I get out into the water with a board I improve to some extent.
For a large part of our lives we are handed a road map; many of us follow it blindly, trusting that we are heading the right direction. We are told to go to high school, then college, then to get jobs or to go to graduate school, and then, once we find ourselves in our
I never thought I would be one to get a tattoo, but now that it’s been about a year since I got mine I couldn’t imagine my body without it. More than anything, the tattoo reminds me of everything that I most believe to be true. Inked into my hip bone reads; joie [Ironman M.Dot
I have made a contract with myself to live outrageously, that is, I dare to live the life that I want. On the surface, this isn’t really an outrageous lifestyle commitment, but it is outrageous according to most of society who resigns themselves to think that life is meant to be lived in a square
I love crowded grocery stores. They are brimming with uncontrolled children, parents just trying to get a chore done, and college students filling their carts with cheap food and cases of beer. Mostly what I love in this chaos is seeing when kids break free from their parents, and make an effort to run.
I don’t know what I may seem to the world, but, as to myself, I seem to have only been like a boy playing on the seashore, and diverting myself in now and then finding a smoother pebble or a prettier shell than ordinary, whilst a great ocean of truth lay undiscovered before me. –