In early December, friend and fellow Christian, parent, blogger, Natalie Cramer, invited her readers and friends to send a Christmas card to her twin Sons Adam and Erik.
To be different (always with purpose), I just sent them Happy New Year cards, figuring after the success of her Christmas plan, wouldn’t it be cool if we could extend the joy of incoming mail a few more days.
1316 Ellsworth Blvd
Malta, NY 12020
No matter what tradition you celebrate this month, may you do it in a state of total emotional and spiritual awareness.
Those of you arriving here from Lane 8.org, it’s inspiring to know you understand the mind-body-spirit interconnectedness. And if you click through from here to junglejef.net, you also appreciate how our mind-body-spirit-money connection.
We all have a heart that stirs our emotions. We gain purpose and direction in our lives when we are centered on an attitude of gratefulness. We become even stronger when we recognize and acknowledge our source of spiritual foundation. I work hard to help everyone honor their source.
This will stay posted at the top from Dec 19 – 22. Of course, access to the daily posts is a quick scroll below.
The work we do today yields our future harvest. No work, no harvest. Little work, little harvest. We find temptation and distraction ready friends – to ruin our efforts to create work life balance. Let’s be especially careful this month. You are worthy and deserving. And you owe it to yourself to quit waiting.
It began in 2008 as a 40-something Dad’s attempt to simply life’s key themes in order to teach a young boy some responsibility. It’s morphed into a common-sense guide for work life balance, for every adult, everywhere.
mind – body – spirit – money – hq
Many say balance is mind, body, and spirit. Others say it’s work and home. No one else I’ve seen claims it’s all five, except Mid Life Celebration.
Please scroll down to read this week’s posts. Reminder, every post (except weekly updates) ends with a simple ‘Next Blog‘ hyperlink for quick, easy navigation between all five daily posts.
Dear readers, confession time. I’ve developed a daily
addiction to love of writing. Even without readers like yourselves, I’d write anyway. However, the fact that you visit makes everyday, well, Thanksgiving day. Thank you.
Can’t believe what started as a 100-day personal challenge to write in all five midlife celebration blogs (mind-body-spirit-work-home) every single day has continued now 44 months… 7,000 posts later.