“I wanted a perfect ending. Now I’ve learned, the hard way, that some poems don’t rhyme, and some stories don’t have a clear beginning, middle, and end. Life is about not knowing, having to change, taking the moment and making the best of it, without knowing what’s going to happen next. Delicious Ambiguity.”
For reasons truly unknown to me, I have neglected this blog. Yet when I look back on the posts I have curated over the years, I am proud and inspired by the woman who penned these words. I was writing, and have always written, for myself. I write to sort out problems, soothe anxious nerves, or just understand myself better. With summer right around the corner and life starting to slow down to a sweet pace, what better time to start focusing on the blessings we encounter every single day? I also want to share the fascinating stories that I find online. Typically what I do is add these stories to my “Reading List” online but share them with no one. Why not have a platform where I can share these articles and perhaps be a beacon of light for someone searching for hope, positivity, and enthusiasm for life. So stay tuned for some lessons on gratitude, interesting finds online, book talk, interviews with fascinating people, and tips on how to live an inspiring, happy, and fulfilling life. I am going to be learning these life lessons right along with you and sharing what I find. A classroom for a wonderful life!
~12 Little Known Laws of Gratitude.
~8 Habits of People Who Always Have Great Ideas.
~The Evasive Work-Life Balance.
~9 Books on Reading & Writing.
~When Life Feels Like a Mess.
~The Best Thing You Can Do For Yourself.
~7 Ways to Stop Feeling Overwhelmed.
As continue to raise my beautifully spirited 2 year-old son and 4 month old daughter, I will also share some parenting lessons, suggestions, and obstacles that I learn along the way.
I look forward to building this small space into my online home. I am not doing it to build a platform, increase page-views, sell anything or become an online sensation. I just want it to be a place for me to do my favorite things; read, write, learn, and share. Delicious Ambiguity.