Category: Book Selections

Is Life a Struggle?

in Book Selections, Personal Growth

As I listen to others around me, I hear a common theme that the nature of life is to struggle.   Do you believe that life is mainly filled wit...

Emotional Clutter

in Book Selections, Personal Growth

When we think of clutter, we usually visualize a packed or messy physical space.   Rarely do we give much thought to the emotional clutter we ...

De-Cluttering Your Physical Space

in Book Selections, Organization, Personal Growth

We all share many common threads in our lives.  Clutter is one of them.  Like it or not, we hold on to “things” that burden and weigh us d...

What Does Loving You Look Like?

in Book Selections, Personal Growth

With all of the self-improvement books out there, the one underlying foundational advice is that one must love themselves.  Sounds great, doesn...

People, Places and Things That Bother Me

in Book Selections, Relationships

Do you ever get frustrated, annoyed or angry with another person?   Silly question…isn’t it.  We all react to people, places or thing...

Is Peace Possible (cont’d)

in Book Selections, Personal Growth

I’ve spoken to several people since writing my last post “Is Peace Possible?”.  The responses varied from blank reactions, in agreement w...

Is Peace Possible?

in Book Selections, Family, Personal Growth, Relationships

I was trying to write a post on another topic while listening to a new CD I purchased by Zade.    An impossible task…I must write about wha...

Don’t Take Anything Personally

in Book Selections, Personal Growth

How many reactions do you have a day about other people’s behaviors, words or actions?   How do you react if someone walks ahead of you thro...

Creating Boundaries

in Book Selections, Personal Growth

I’m reading a book that resided on my bookshelf for a while – “A Pace of Grace:  The Virtues of a Sustainable Life” by Linda Kavelin Po...

Happy For No Reason

in Book Selections, Personal Growth

As you know from a previous post, I’m an avid book reader…actually book junkie.    I usually have open several books at a time and I love...