Many of you know that I’m going through a divorce right now. Yup. It’s very painful and truly a grieving process (I bounce back and forth through Elizabeth Kubler-Ross’s steps in the grieving process on a daily basis). However, the other day one of my neighbors gave me some great advice. As always, life is consciousness. And if we focus on what is upsetting, we stay upset. In her own indelicate way, my neighbor told me to man up by, of all things, “Stop Crying, Wash Your Face, and Put on Some Makeup.” This is good advice for any of us going through a struggle — and aren’t we ALL going through a struggle of one kind or another? Whatever your struggle, I think you’ll find both solace (and possibly a needed kick in the pants) in today’s JumpStart. And do me a favor, will you? If you like today’s Jumpstart would you please share it with just one other person? Thanks.
Sometimes, developing habits that support the life we want to live can be difficult. Especially if you’re a highly functioning person. You want to exercise, meditate, work, be with family and friends and then…well, there’s the dog. Our dogs deserve so much more than just a place to live and food to eat. They need stimulation and lots of play time. So, how do you fit that little additional obligation of playing more with your dog into your schedule? Well, I’ve got a solution and it’s simple and quick and great for you and your dog. Today, let’s talk about Dog Music. And do me a favor, will you? If you like today’s Jumpstart would you please share it with just one other person? Thanks.
What do you do when it seems like you’ve lost everything? When thousands of hours of blood, sweat and tears vanish before your eyes? What do you do in those moments? The answer is in today’s JumpStart. And here’s a hint: what did the Commodores and Mr. Rogers have in common? They started over. And no matter where you are or whatever point you are in your life, you can, too. Starting today. And do me a favor, will you? If you like today’s Jumpstart would you please share it with just one other person? Thanks.