I think G-d thought that if he made things easier for us, it would make cultivating a spiritual connection more accessible. Like: less time in the field, farm, or coal mine and more time to thank Him for the abundance that wehave. We’re not busy washing our clothes in rivers or grinding our own wheat. I … Continue reading Bills, Bills, Bills: The Ease of Digital Bill Pay
happy girl just wants to see the good cherishes sunshine and friendly souls learned the hard way that ppl don't care as much about her as she does them happy girl just wants to do the right thing Get the job done Do well in school, at work Cross her t's and dot her i's … Continue reading happy girl
In a recent conversation with a childhood friend we reminisced about how much we missed growing up. And how much more fun it was than the humdrum of adulthood. A bit later that day, I found myself in a sort of middle-school-type scenario. I got my period. But I didn’t have my supplies! Ahhhhh! The … Continue reading Connecting to Childhood Self: When Was the Last Time You Were Unprepared?
If you love school, like I did, here is some advice for you: Be flexible! When it comes to the working world, it is likely that being flexible is going to be more of a challenge than getting your work done. You are committed, you are diligent, you are focused. You love the positive feedback … Continue reading Advice for School Lovers Entering the Workplace
As the adult-coloring-book trend shows, adults need crafts to keep them sane. Drawing makes me feel like a kid, but that doesn't mean it's intended ONLY for kids. Giving myself time to draw reminds me to hold on to other aspects of childhood that I may have lost over the years: living in the moment … Continue reading Arts and Crafts: For Adults Too!
I always found doing health fairs challenging as a nutritionist. I loved educating people—but putting together an oak tag presentation, not as much. And making healthy salad samples to give out—also challenging. I am a verbal person. I love to talk. I love to write. When I completed a food pyramid project for my first … Continue reading Exercising Another Part of My Brain: Arts and Crafts
Paying bills was always a tedious time of the weekend in my home growing up. So I feel guilty when I go online and it is so much more effortless a task (other than the working to pay said bills part). I always had this image of myself struggling with the same serious adulthood task … Continue reading Paying Bills