6 Ways to Ensure You Accomplish Your New Year’s Resolutions by Connie Jo Holmes Many of us use a new year as an opportunity to set goals (or resolutions when they are done at the beginning of a new year). There is nothing wrong with … Continue reading6 Ways to Ensure You Accomplish Your New Year’s Resolutions
I am writing this on Christmas Eve morning while enjoying a hot cup of coffee. I am all ready for Christmas with the exception of making a few breakfast casseroles for Christmas morning at our house with all of our kids and grandchildren. As I … Continue readingChristmas: A time to slow down, observe and enjoy!
Today’s tragedy in Las Vegas is beyond words for most people, especially as a spectator to the horrific ordeal. Although not personally or directly affected, it is still gut-wrenching nonetheless. Human beings — people — mothers — fathers — sons — daughters — human beings! … Continue readingEvil Never Wins, Just Ask Las Vegas How Love Prevails
Like most businesses, my company has a kitchenette area where there are coffee pots. The coffee in these coffee pots is consumed by employees and, therefore, needs to be made by employees. Like most of you, it seems like EVERY TIME I go to get … Continue readingJust Make the Damn Coffee!
The word energy has many different meanings. Energy is electricity and something that keeps the lights on. Energy is something that children seem to have endless amounts of, definitely way more than adults it seems. Energy is something that you can have and you can … Continue readingWhat is Your Energy?
This morning I finished reading a fantastic book that I purchased at an Estate Sale the weekend prior. It is called, “My Stroke of Insight” by Jill Bolte Taylor, PhD. What intrigued me to buy the book was the brief write-up on the back cover … Continue readingWhat is the Color of your Life?
I just had the neatest coincidence that I have to share. As silly as the main story in this post may be (it is about a mop head!), it is weirdly odd. A couple of weeks ago I was mopping my kitchen floor and realized … Continue readingAsk and You Shall Receive
When I was a girl in middle school, I grew up in a very small farming community. It truly was one of those towns where everyone knew each other, and if it wasn’t personally knowing each other, you knew someone from that family. I was … Continue readingThe Original Mean Girls
As I spent yesterday in my yard nearly all day I had plenty of time to think. I purposely did not listen to music or a podcast or anything. I just had my own voice and my own thoughts in my head. I am very … Continue readingSpringtime Beauty
I was recently at a flea market and found a vendor who was selling planting pods to grow seeds. Wanting to experiment with growing herbs and annual flowers, I bought some. Since I liked the vibe of the turquoise-and-silver-jewelry-wearing, hippy throwback guy, and he wasn’t … Continue readingPruning Isn’t Just for Trees or Plants