Aging beautifully is an attitude and something we can all do, as long as you know these eight keystone habits of beautiful aging. Get the full show notes at >>> www.trishblackwell.com/210
YOU’LL NEVER LOOK AT A FAN THE SAME WAY AGAIN
It’s helpful to have a toddler in life. Hand-in-hand with a one or two year-old and you are apt to do two things well: notice a world of previously unnoticed details and take twice as long to get anywhere. Most notably, one particular item favored by my little one right now are fans. You read
#41: WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET
WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET Episode #41 Shares 4 ways for you to sustainably change your perspective and unlock the greatness within. “With the realization of one’s own potential and self-confidence in one’s ability, one can build a better world.” –Dalai Lama “Everyone has inside of him a piece of good news. The
CORN LINED ROADS.
Sometimes I wake up and just know that I need to bike. Usually after a night of tossing and turning, I wake up and have a craving for fresh air and countryside, and that is exactly what I did this morning. My favorite thing about summertime biking are the cornfields that I get to travel
OPEN YOUR EYES.
I didn’t realize until today that opening my eyes every day is a miracle. Call me lucky, I just have just never needed glasses, or braces for that matter, and simply haven’t had to think about the inconveniences that come with different types of eye sight or crooked teeth. This morning I was discussing lasik surgery with my good
The small things in life are what really matter. Your choices in the small things have a bigger impact upon your life, your body and your happiness than you often realize and the best way to remember this truth is by remembering that the small things really do matter. Your decision to skip breakfast or
FILMY VISIONS OF SIGHT.
There is nothing worse than being blind other than having sight and no vision. Be it that you have no vision for your life, or be it that your literal vision of yourself is impaired, sight without vision is tragic. It is often hard for others to believe and understand just how severe
I’ve always been a glass-half-full kind of girl, but I’ve never really seen the glass for what it is: actually full. Half air and half water, technically, the glass is always full. We should all challenge your own perspective from time to time, for it is not until we actually question something with doubt
NO PUDGE OR FUDGE FOR MARTYRS.
You don’t get brownie points in life or sport for being a martyr, and it takes great wisdom to know when you are being one and when you aren’t. No thanks to my own decision making, but to the incredible insight of my coach this weekend, I learned this valuable lesson when she helped me
HOW TALL IS YOUR VENTI?
They say that hindsight is 20/20, and so too is choosing the right perspective. Everything in life has two stories, it’s up to us to decide how we want to see things ourselves. This weekend as my girlfriends and I were discussing heels for their bridesmaid dresses, a few girls thought they were too high,