The good life is one inspired by love and guided by knowledge.
But what if your heart is confused, and what you know isn’t getting your what you want?
There are many things you know you should be doing.
There are many things you want to do.
But there’s just something holding you back.
It’s as though you’re missing that one piece that will bring everything together for you and inspire you to take action.
It’s happened before and each time it does you manage to find that piece you need.
Perhaps a happy accident leads you to it, or your intuition spurred you to go somewhere at just the right time.
Or maybe you did as I did one day and tripped over what you needed.
Then there are the times that you read one sentence out of one article or blog post and suddenly the missing piece appears and clicks into place.
Or you heard something that gave you a clue about how to find or create that last puzzle piece.
Clues is all about the things that come my way that
- made me stop and think,
- gave me a new perspective on something, or
- is something that I thought someone else did a good job of explaining.
They’re things I thought you might find of interest as well.
Scroll Down to Check Them Out
This great compilation comes from Pick the Brain
Something new and bold from A Daring Adventure (NSFW)
Making Positive Changes
This is from Mary Morrissey and what she has to say addresses outsmarting anxiety too!
From fellow blogger, Laura Tong courtesy of Tiny Buddha
This one is a personal favorite of mine. It also comes from a fellow blogger, Rob Kornblum, via A Daring Adventure
Found on Addicted2Success when nothing new was showing up in my mailbox or news feed!
A new approach to an old subject.
Setting Yourself Up for Success
From a fellow blogger Miranda Hill, her post opened my eyes to a couple of ways I may have be sabotaging myself.
Standing Up For Yourself
From fellow bloggers, Laura and Mark Tong. When they say it’s the ultimate guide, they mean it!
What If Questions
On my inaugural blog, there are perspective-changing and eye-opening responses to the question: If you knew you could do housekeeping for your memories so you never had to remember things that really hurt, by your choice, would you use hypnosis?