Your eyes are responsible for allowing you to enjoy so many things in this world. They also allow you to see other, not so wonderful things as well.
And sometimes, they don't allow you to see what's right in front of your face.What if your eyes deceive you and start affecting your life in a negative way? You have the power to take control...sort of.
This is the story of how a lunchroom conversation changed my entire perspective about Thanksgiving.
It's not just about the turkey, folks!
One simple but profound question jolted me out of my comfort zone and altered my perception of this holiday forever.
Do you ever feel like you're slipping and sliding through life while everyone else is cruising along? Or that you're stuck in a rut never to dig your way out?
Maybe you're creating ramps when what you want is a smooth path.
You're not alone. Everyone feels like this sometimes, but with a little inspiration and patience, you can forge the path you were meant to walk.
I learned a lot of painting techniques by watching Bob Ross, but the most important thing I ever learned from him was by listening.
He was an amazingly talented artist without a doubt but his philosophy on "happy accidents" was a lesson that not only shaped my career but changed my life.
Read on to see how this valuable little catch phrase will change your perspective on everything.
What do you do when you look at certain aspects of your life and think, "How did I end of here?" In a moment of clarity, you realize just how far off your path you really are.
Sometimes in life, you find yourself in a place you never thought you'd be. But you're not stuck.
You may feel like a cat in a swimming pool right now but the good news is, you have the power to climb out of that pool and go in any direction you choose. You've just been living a certain way so long, you've forgotten that you have a choice.
Try this simple and gentle process to reclaim your happiness, find your inspiration, and live the life you know you were meant to have!