Posts Tagged Happiness

If You Want More Energy, Clean Something!

Posted by Dianne on Feb 11, 2014 in Blog, Social Audiences | Comments Off on If You Want More Energy, Clean Something!

Sitting at my desk this morning, spinning my wheels, I knew I needed to do something in order to be productive. Clearly, checking email and cruising Facebook would not be helpful. I looked around and saw the source of my frustration. My office was a wreck. I know that disorder holds me back. In my

How to Do the Two Best Possible Things for Yourself any Day.

Posted by Dianne on Jan 24, 2014 in Blog, Social Audiences | Comments Off on How to Do the Two Best Possible Things for Yourself any Day.

Are you thinking, Why are these the best things you can do for yourself ANY day? Don’t you mean EVERY day?” That’s easy. “Every day” puts pressure on you that you should do these things every day or must do them every day. I am telling you that you can do these two things any

Star in a Reality Show

Posted by Dianne on Jan 6, 2014 in Blog, Social Audiences | Comments Off on Star in a Reality Show

A recent study of almost 300,000 adult Americans showed that unhappy people spent 30 percent more time watching television than happy people. Which came first? That wasn’t clear, but if those unhappy people are watching the news, I’d be willing to bet it’s not cheering them up. Doesn’t it make sense that you would be

No Need to Panic… Christmas Can Happen Without Me

Posted by Dianne on Dec 6, 2012 in Blog | Comments Off on No Need to Panic… Christmas Can Happen Without Me

Even though the Christmas decorations were in the stores waaay too early, as usual, this year; I no longer start to panic the way I did in years past. Beginning in her 50’s my mother began saying that she and all her contemporaries had become “Generals with no armies.” She said it a lot, and

Same Lesson Different Day

Posted by Dianne on Nov 29, 2012 in Blog | Comments Off on Same Lesson Different Day

Have you ever noticed how life teaches us the same lessons over and over again? I know that stress saps my energy and motivation, but when that happens I don’t recognize that stress is at play. I start berating myself for being such a lazy slacker. This could go on for days until I realize—“Oh