Notes To My Younger Self:

 

Notes To My Younger Self:

 

Notes To My Younger Self: “To be nobody but yourself in a world which is doing it’s best, night and day, to make you everybody else means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight; and never stop fighting.”~e.e.cummings…

Notes To My Younger Self:

 

“When you are with someone you trust completely, you feel free to be yourself.”~Sarah Young E.L. Chappel author of Spirit Dance/Storm Makers/Coming very soon: The Surge  One of the many joys of being “in” relationships. aka The Glamorous Wife  

Notes To My Younger Self:

 

  When you feel “empty” inside, you may be tempted to think something is wrong and you need to take action to fill the void. All empty means is there’s nothing there—“no-thing” is present. If no-thing is there, instead of a void,…

Notes To My Younger Self:

 

  Part of your brain will be inclined to repeat things that are familiar. It doesn’t care about comfort, fulfillment, peace or joy; only what’s familiar, since it perceives “the unfamiliar” as a threat. Your brain’s job, above all else, is too…

Notes To My Younger Self:

 

Everyone judges. You’ll be tempted to believe that judging is a defect of character, and at times, that could be true. Something to consider is that human beings were designed to be judgmental. By assessing, evaluating and weighing risks of people and…

Notes To My Younger Self:

 

Notes To My Younger Self: Don’t deny your anger. Anger is productive if it’s used responsibly. Rage, anger, and hatred, if managed correctly, can help us. Protect us. You were born with this emotion for a reason: To protect oneself, to protect…

Notes To My Younger Self:

 

Notes To My Younger Self: I could tell you war stories about the challenges you will face. The unfair treatment, the hurts, the exclusion, but what would that serve except reliving past pain and possibly triggering the victim in you? Instead, I…

Notes To My Younger Self:

 

  Notes To My Younger Self. Acts of service: Enlisting in the military. Volunteering. Lending a hand. Smiling at others. Exercising patience while driving. Picking up litter. Being in charge. Lowering your voice as someone else’s escalates. Resisting judgement. Asking questions instead…

Notes To My Younger Self:

 

Your adventure style will resemble that of a pirate. You’ll love to go off on adventures, collect treasures and bring them back to your home island. As you carry your spoils (story inspirations) on shore, your feet will no more have hit…