Keep it Simple


I was this close to not sharing my journal this week. Then I decided to keep it simple.

Given how it’s the only thing I’m posting these days (yes, I’m perfectly aware that I’ve been a bit off target with my articles of late), I have no excuse. None.

And really, keeping this journal has been one of the few things to keep me tethered to that divine energy I have inside of me. I forget it’s there sometimes. The ins and outs of each day with the challenges that keep me up late into the night are enough to make me stop in my tracks and forget about thanking anyone for anything.


Then I remember how awesome I feel just seeing this little graphic each week highlighting the things that put a smile on my face. You guys can’t see what I see when I reflect back on those moments, but I hope I can convey how they make me feel , especially because each of these things were lifesavers.

That’s the thing about choosing to live life mindfully with your eyes open. Sometimes there’s so much to see, some of it difficult and painful,  that all you want to do is shut out the world and run away.  And other times, the littlest thing is enough to make you laugh out loud at the ridiculousness of it all.

Hence my Doctor Who reference. Raise your hand if you’re a fellow Whovian! High five friend!

I hope everyone on the East coast experiencing storm #2901783978497369 this winter season is somewhere warm and safe surrounded by blankets and (healthy) snacks. Remember, sharing is caring.

If you’re looking to get on the joy train, tell me, what are you thankful for this week?


As always, keep paying it forward. Stay healthy! 🙂

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