Use NOV 2, Practice Being Psychic Day, to tap into your inner knowing, your instincts, your gut feelings, the internal compass that confidently navigates you in the direction of your best self.
Author: Jodi Rosenberg
Savoring Saturdays: Morning Baking
This Savoring Saturday I kicked it off with Baking Banana Bread.
Let ‘s Do More Than Try in 2018
Success cannot truly be success if you are not achieving what Ignites Your Smiles. Defining who you want to be, what you want to achieve, making an honest attempt at what you really want to […]
Today let’s IGNITE OUR SMILES by allowing a mulligan to be our Plan B. Let’s put ourselves out there a bit more today. Let’s stretch towards our goals, towards our best selves, and through our vulnerability knowing that we can ask for a mulligan if things go sideways.
National Grouch Day
Today’s Simple Smile Igniter is to celebrate what is right with you. You are a unique combination of perspectives, strengths, passions, skills, likes, and desires that make you… YOU. Today celebrate YOU by noticing one special characteristic that is right about you.
New Habit Challenge Tip #2: Harness the Power of Consistency
This month I am working on a new habit of creating more time in the morning to do more of what I want…like blogging. Prior to this week I planned to wake up 2 hours […]
I’m Not Too Busy to Pause for YOU
Today when I awoke the news on my phone was just horrific. A mass shooting at a music festival in Las Vegas killed 50 and injured 500. How does this happen? Incidents like this make me pause and wonder “Am I offering all I can to make life better for those I interact with at any given moment?” After the murder of our friend earlier this year I felt the need to pause, to slow down and be present for those around me. Today after the violence of yesterday I am again reminded to pause. Today I pause to be here for YOU. Tomorrow, no need to bring me a reminder to pause. Yesterday brought me 559.
DAY 1: New Habit Challenge: Identify a Habit that Supports Your Greatest Goal
Research shows that 40% of the actions we take are governed by habit not actual decision. Developing a new habit is about putting a small piece of your life on auto-pilot. Consistently building new habits allows you to or add to your track record of success and demonstrates that you can do anything you set your mind and intentions to. Each day in the month of October I will blog about creating a new habit and share my application of these tips as I create one better habit that supports my blogging goals. I invite you to join me on this journey by selecting a habit that would best support one of your big goals.