This weeks podcast is about Memories. Memories are valuable to us. Even the small seemingly insignificant moments like pizza parties with the cousins or times spent together across the backyard fence can enhance our lives. It can include moments when one sits with a grandparent, with a child, or with an older friend. Our memories carry us through the sad times and losses in our lives to the times when we are walking through gardens or with our grandchildren like I did this past Holy Week. We visited being at a Retreat Center with my daughter and two smaller grandchildren this week. The gardens were coming to life and the opportunities to find peace for the moment were wonderful.
Remembering each day is special especially when it helps you to laugh over the silly things you have done or the times when being with other people is so uplifting.
Hope this Easter Weekend lifts you up to the many Blessings God has in store for you.
Remember to take the first step, it may put you on the escalator of success!
As we enter into Holy Week, it made me think of all the day-to-day transitions we make. Often we make these minor moments link together seamlessly and without a great deal of thought. We flow from taking care of daily issues and from longing for something new or better. In today’s podcast, Linda addresses the times you may be dealing with and how they affect others around us.
Take one step, it may lead you onto the escalator of success.
Linda brings us up to date on one of the oldest Art Forms in History. Writing things down can be the best form of relaxation and relief. It does so many things for us, including:
- reducing stress
- bringing seemingly insignificant moments to the surface
- recognizing internal strengths
- keeping things in perspective
- putting ideas into practice
- Untangling situations and developing clarity
- Decide the difference between a thought and a feeling
- Clears the mind so there is space to develop
- Helps a person put words to what is happening in their lives
- Heals relationships
- Strengthens a sense of self
- Improved self trust
- Offers new perspectives
Learn to frame things into positive sentences and therefore into positive thinking. Take the first step forward, it may put you on the Escalator of success!
Linda talks about the concept of Triangulation in your life.
Balancing our lifestyles is a art form. Linda talks about the concept of triangulation in Education, Business, Health, and Personally.
What a wonderful concept on how to be the best version of yourself. She talks about people in our lives and how Mini Miracles from Minor Moments come into our realm. We gain lots of energy from them. That is also very true with finding support from 3 different angles! Check this out. You’ll be glad you did!
Take the first step forward and it may put you on the escalator of success.
Why Rush? Agendas, Calendars, Dates, Times create agendas for us. Why bother? Linda tells us how agendas are valuable for us.
Being efficient helps make time to have fun. It helps us accomplish good things for our families, our health, and our community. It helps us to use our resources well.
Finding Clarity for Yourself
Finding clarity is an ongoing struggle for most people, because life is always evolving. Even the smallest moments make the biggest mini miracles.
Linda shares about one way to see clearly evolves with changes. She begins with a story about new glasses.Who do you want in your life? What are you doing to make that a GREAT relationship.
What throws you into a state if confusion? Is it when your schedule is compromised by other peoples agendas? Is it doing something new? Is it in completing projects?
I am always on a mission to find minor moments of joy. And they appear when you look for them. We need to see clearly and that is what this podcast is all about today. Simplicity, clarity, and direction are so very important to us. Look for templates, calendars, lists, and pictures to help you find solutions.
“Take the first step forward, it may put you on the escalator of success.”
Welcome to Podcast 123 of Mini Miracles from Minor Moments.
It is the minor moments in our lives that bring forth the greatest miracles.
Today Linda is sharing some takeaway’s she received in the book . Thanks to Dennis Prager for one of the most insightful books I’ve read recently. Also check out Matthew Kelly’s Books. The Rhythm of Life is one of my favorites.and his most recent book which I am still working on but enjoy is the Culture solution. Thanks, don’t forget to take
Thanks to Dr. Nick at the Crystal Lake Veterinary Hospital for all their care and concern. http://crystallakevet.com/animal-hospital/veterinarian-mchenry-county.php
The Circle of Life
In the Magical World of Disney, we learn about the Circle of Life that begins with Simba, a small lion cub.
It made me think of how our lives keep rolling forward. With so many people checking out their roots and learning about their Ancestors, we also learn about our place in the circle of life. Where are you? Are you the father of a small child or a mother of 10 with grown up children? Are you a well known celebrity with many people following you? What role do you want to play in your family, business, or community?
Losses in our lives causes us to reevaluate what are role is supposed to be. Linda shares that the highs and lows that move us forward!
Living life well calls us to enjoy all the highlights and small moments in our lives. Look for them and think about the joys they bring!
Simplicity in Our Lives
Mini Miracles from Minor Moments is a Podcast offering inspiration and mental health insights for living a healthy and productive life.In today’s episode Linda talks about looking outside the box. Delight in Living, Ltd. brings you Mini Miracles from Minor Moments, where it is the Minor Moments that bring us joy and delight.
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Next, what trail are you following. Linda shares about how physical trails become mental ones that can help us grow or hinder us!
The Brilliance of Expectations helps set us up for successes and failures. Linda discusses how being aware of these flaws in our thinking can effect your emotions.
Circling yourself with people you trust can help you appreciate life. Looking for the Mini Miracles from Minor Moments allows you to see them blossom in your life and among your friends.