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One Thing At A Time

One Thing At A Time

This month I've been researching and practicing the act of doing one thing at a time.

I've learned a lot about multi-tasking, which I know is really task-switching.  As I delve deeper into my own way of catching myself moving way too fast and doing too many things at once – I'm learning a lot about the negative effects it has on my task list and my life; but mostly I'm learning a whole lot about myself.

What I discovered is that when I really slow down and do one thing at a time, my mind gets a little irritated.  

It says, 

Ready for a Breakthrough?

Ready for a Breakthrough?

We all have those times in our lives when we KNOW that a shift is taking place. 

We get a small or HUGE hint or message to make some kind of change.

Sometimes it shows up as an inkling to try something new,
Sometimes it shows up as a physical symptom or even pain,
And sometimes it shows you a new way of doing something or a bright idea –

Either way, it usually shows up when you least expected it and in the form of

An inner knowing or gut feeling.

You get an intuitive hit – and it's in these moments that you make one of two choices:

5 Ways To Wake Up Earlier (without losing sleep)

5 Ways To Wake Up Earlier (without losing sleep)

Funny, isn't it?

Waking up early comes easy for some people, but what about everyone else?

Maybe you're someone who wants to wake up earlier, but hesitate because you know how important a good night's sleep really is for your mind, body and soul.

And you've tried waking up earlier before, but it didn't work out.

You overslept or spent the whole day feeling like a zombie - - and I don't mean Rob Zombie, who seems to be pretty amped up.

Either way, I've got your solution.

And it's not just, go to bed earlier...

These Two Ingredients Make a Great Morning.

These Two Ingredients Make a Great Morning.

For as long as I can remember, I've always been a morning person.  

This is mostly due to the fact that both of my parents are morning people (my dad still gets up in the morning super early – at three thirty AM in fact.  Wow.  I know..)

Even though I've definitely got the genes of an early riser, I'm not going to tell you to be one.

No way.

What I've learned over the years, through living with three sisters, and then roommates, and later on my boyfriend (now my husband), to living today with three kids – two of which are now teenagers...

Turned On and Tuned In

Turned On and Tuned In

Last night was my night to cook, and I was really craving a lot of different fresh foods.  I wanted to incorporate them into a delicious meal that wouldn't be a headache -- and that my family would also enjoy.

So I made a bit of this, and a bit of that.

It turned out as a buffet of sorts - with colors everywhere....

Dark red beets - roasted with herb goat cheese.

Diced mangoes - so ripe and sweet all on their own.

Cooked shrimp in lettuce cups with sesame oil dressing and a bit of minced garlic and kosher salt.

All served with naan bread and big, green lettuce leaves on the side.

I put out some nuts and diced onions too.

It was SO good.  My youngest daughter didn't want to have

5 Healthy Ways to Reboot When You Feel Zapped

5 Healthy Ways to Reboot When You Feel Zapped

It happens to all of us.  

You have one of those days when you feel like you're climbing uphill with your tired hands and getting nowhere.

Or maybe you're making great progress, but just feel depleted.

Believe me, I've been there.  And some of the worst things you can do during times like these is reach for processed junk food, waste time scrolling through social media, or even snap at someone you love.

So here's a short list of five healthy ways to rebook (fast) when you just feel zapped.