Yom Kippur reminds me of one of my biggest regrets and the lesson I learned from it about what leads to transformation.
Being focused on a goal can be a great thing, but being too focused on that goal can backfire.
I’ve maintained a daily gratitude practice for 9 years. Listing things that you’re grateful for doesn’t always result in greater happiness and wellbeing. Here are 3 tips to help you find more meaning from gratitude.
There is always good happening in our lives and in the world, but when we get caught in certain cycles we are unable to see it. Letting the good land is a muscle that can be strengthened.
Counter-intuitive as it may seem, appreciating and surrendering to what is can be the secret weapon to sustaining endurance.
When was the last time you expressed appreciation to someone without them having done something to earn it?
It’s easy to see the good in the things we like. How well do you see the beauty in what you don’t like?