NYTimes: When Mind Wanders, Happiness Strays

“If you ask people to imagine winning the lottery,” Dr. Gilbert says, “they typically talk about the things they would do — ‘I’d go to Italy, I’d buy a boat, I’d lay on the beach’ — and they rarely mention the things they would think. But our data suggest that the location of the body is much less important than the location of the mind, and that the former has surprisingly little influence on the latter. The heart goes where the head takes it, and neither cares much about the whereabouts of the feet.”

read more

Sadness: “Like Driving with a Dirty Windshield”

Is daily life was like driving a car with a dirty windshield? Tolerable.

read more

I really love this quote…

....a flower is at it's truest most beautiful form once it blooms, right?

read more

What’s the Deal with Money?

So what is money all about anyway? Does it run our lives? Is it money we want? Or simply the freedom it can buy?

read more

Dear Jasmin… “Help me be present!”

I have officially opened my blog up for questions and responses! Feel free to write me a question in the form on my contact page and I will post a response to you anonymously.

read more

My New Idea, Curious What You Think….?

I've been using this new technique with many clients who find it helpful, so I figured I would put it out there to see what you all think...

read more

“Uncertainty is the only certainty there is….”

What is it like to accept that we ultimately have no control?

read more
Google+