A very intriguing blog post - found this in my drafts and wanted to make sure I posted it. This is a great read for a Sunday- take a look if you have a moment. Homelessness is often equated with despair, and misery, and hopelessness. But maybe there is another side to this issue. Maybe,… Continue reading Life lessons I learned hiking the Appalachian Trail as a homeless hiker — (Almost) Unsalvageable
I am sure each one of you has felt some sort of muscle soreness. It might be after an intense workout, or it might be while you are moving furniture. As crazy as this may sound, I am in LOVE with that feeling, always have been. For me, it is a symbol of progression, and… Continue reading Muscle Soreness
I am very big on motivation and inspiration. So, I was randomly looking up the answer to the following question: What motivates people? During my research I came across 6 common factors which drive people every single day (Although I strongly believe motivation cannot be bucketed into just 6 factors) I thought they were interesting.… Continue reading What Motivates You?
Photo by Lisa Fotios on Pexels.com "I've missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I've lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I've been trusted to take the game-winning shot and missed. I've failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed."Michael Jordan Failure is natural. Without failure,… Continue reading Did You Choose Failure, or Did Failure Choose You?
Why is it that when it is time to give advice to others we are easily able to guide them in their lives? When it comes to applying the same advice in our own lives - why do we take the back seat? Here is a story to uplift your spirits and to help you… Continue reading You Are Valuable
So much is always happening around us, constantly, at all times. Even when you are commuting home or commuting to work, although it may seem as if that is "YOU" time. Is it really? You try to mute out the world by putting headphones in your ears, but your mind is moving at a 100… Continue reading One Breath.
Do you regret not being able to spend enough time with someone in your life? I mean how many times do you find yourself saying that you will make time for someone or something? How many times does that actually end up happening? Prior to my grandfather's passing, I found myself saying that all the… Continue reading Grandfather…Oh I Miss You
I am a firm believer in the power of Quotes because at one point in time someone said exactly what they were feeling as defined by their circumstances. In that moment, their life story was directly parallel to what they said. How amazing is that? Yes, in the present moment quotes may just be a… Continue reading Life is a Book Full of Quotes
November 4, 2018 - Come on Manisha....You could do this. I was at mile 20 and you know prior to the marathon a lot of people told me that those last couple of miles are the most excruciating in terms of pain. It is more of a battle of the mind than the body. How… Continue reading Gold Mine
Laughter is such an important of life. I have noticed in conversation that even when people pretend to laugh they put out a positive frequency into the universe which only contributes towards spreading great vibes. What are a few things you can do right now to add more laughter to your life? Here we go:… Continue reading 4 Ways to Add Days to Your Life or Life to Your Days