New Apps! Record Your Moments!

New for 2017! Two Apps! Reflective Moments                 Reflective Moments gives you a quick daily 30-second prompt and a place to submit and save your answers. Your answers are saved, and can be reviewed, downloaded, or shared. In just 30 seconds a day, you’ll have a chance to reflect and record the moments that matter. Think of it as journaling for the busy person – just as meaningful, and designed to fit into your busy schedule! Open the app, select Reflect, and you’ll be given a prompt to fill in. Click save when you’re done! To review your previous entries, select See Saved Entries. From there, you can select your entries to download, share, or delete. Hold your finger on one of the prompts on the list and you will see check boxes appear to the left. Select those that you’d like to download or delete, and touch the download or delete button. Download your saved thoughts into a pdf file – directly into your own ebook of your reflective moments! Reflective Moments is available in the Google Play Store. It will be published for iOS in mid January, 2017. My Daily Haiku                 Save your thoughts of the day in a Haiku poem! The Haiku is a beautiful little piece of poetry containing 17 syllables in three lines. The first line has 5 syllables. The second has 7 syllables, and the last line has 5 syllables. Give your Haiku a title, and then place your thoughts into the lines. Here’s an example: This is...

Cherish Your Family

Appreciate your roots, your memories, and their role in forming who you are.   For 30 seconds, consider your family – the people who shaped your identity, created the culture of your life, and live in your deepest memories. Without them, you would not be who you are.   Send a thought of gratitude to your ancestors and family for their role in your...

Treat Yourself Right

Do something nice for yourself today, because you deserve it.   What will it be? A relaxing bath? A special meal? Peaceful alone time? A funny movie?   Choose it now, and do it today! (Today is A Moment for Me series author Alice Langholt’s birthday! Comment a birthday greeting for her...

Winter TLC

During the darkest time of the year, many people need some extra self-care. Choose something from this list to nurture yourself today: Extra time outside for natural light A mug of hot cocoa or soup A cozy evening by a fire Soft music and scented candles An Inspirational or uplifting book to read Calling a friend or family member to...

Relate to Pluto

Harmonize with the energy of celestial bodies. Pluto was “demoted” to “dwarf planet” status. Pluto symbolizes hidden power.   Think back to a time when you proved yourself to be stronger than you expected. You have a depth of strength at the ready in times of need. How does the knowledge of this help boost your confidence? Thank the little planet Pluto for this big reminder....

The Power of “At Least”

The little things don’t need to affect your mood.   When something gets under your skin, choose to focus on the big picture instead.   Try this: Say, “At least…” and follow with a positive statement. (For example, “At least I’m healthy,” or “At least it’s sunny...

Listen to Meditation Music

Listening to Meditation Music can instantly help quiet your thoughts.   Some great selections can be found on youtube.com/scenic videos. Go there, and listen to a piece for 30 seconds.   Meditation music helps soothe the spirit and bring you to a place of...

What You Focus on Grows Stronger

You have the power to change your day by changing your focus.   Look at your hand. Focus on it. Now look at the wall. Which seems “more real” to you? A: The one you’re focused on at this moment.   Now, think of something that makes you happy. Focus entirely on this happy thought for 30 seconds.   Notice how much happier you feel...

Create “A-ha!” Moments

Today is 11-11. In Numerology, 11 is a Master Number. The Master Number 11 represents illumination, insight, charisma, and leadership. Today, embrace the 11-11 energy by thinking back in your life. Identify your “Best Idea Ever.” Ask yourself: 1. When did you realize this was a great idea? Was it beforehand? In the moment? In retrospect? Or when someone told you it was a great idea? 2. Think of your moments of realization. How can you be more conscious of them when they happen? How can you invite more “Ah-Ha!” into your...
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