In which I share some poetry and haiku that has moved through me since the passing of summer into autumn.
This post from Five Minutes in the Morning isn’t about giving up. It’s about knowing when to move on.
Being mindful of what foods you put in your body is a berry good idea. I’m not sorry.
If we’re juggling too much, it’s only a matter of time before we drop something
Not to be confused with your aunt that comes to visit each month
If you’ve been struggling to find five minutes in the morning to do the prompts from Five Minutes in the Morning, try getting up a wee bit earlier
What can you ask for, today?
The next prompts from Five Minutes in the Morning focus on productivity. What is the most challenging but potentially rewarding task that you can do today?
Whether you believe your dreams are images from other realities or simply a download of the day’s experiences, keeping track of them is a great way to boost your brain’s thinking power.