The Greatest Addiction
I’ve talked about being addicted to emotions before, but this quote made me stop and think about our everyday conversations and how much of those conversations are about various types of problems.
A typical conversation will involve comparing notes on minor issues and the inevitable (more…)
It’s not how much we have, but how much we enjoy that makes happiness
I’m on a mini-mission to increase vegetables in my diet. It only makes sense that in order to have a healthy mind, you need to feed your body healthy foods. The trouble for me is that I’m not a huge fan of veggies because they have always tasted incredibly bitter to me.
I’ve long suspected that I am a supertaster. There is a test you can take to confirm whether you are a supertaster or not, but I fit the description to a T so why bother? It’s not like I’m going to add “supertaster” to my resume anytime soon.
If you read my post on making kefir, then you know that I’ve been culturing food for a few years now.
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If only we put as much faith in our own body’s ability to heal with proper nutrition, the right mindset and a loving support system as we do in the government, drive-up windows and drug companies.
The secret of happiness is not in doing what one likes, but in liking what one has to do ~ James M. Barrie
Much happiness is overlooked because it doesn’t cost anything
Sometimes the hardest thing to do is to take a little time out to become aware of who you truly are. We are all so busy managing our “stuff” and circumstances outside of our control that it makes it seemingly impossible to stop and remember what we really want in life—really knowing and remembering what makes us feel grateful to be alive. (more…)
We are as happy as we make our minds up to be. ~ Abraham Lincoln