Relationships can be challenging. Last post I mentioned my life with my wonderful hubby. It’s a hugely important part of why my life is a joy-filled one. He's my rock and my strength. But our lives are comprised of relationships with different levels of impact in our lives. We have close family, extended family, … Continue reading Joy and Relationships (part two)
I adore my hubby. He is my best friend; smart; playful; and a mountain of a man. Everyday, he tells me I’m beautiful. Everyday, he calls and texts me. Everyday, he thanks me for the meals I make, and the little things I do. He always checks to see how I am doing and … Continue reading Joy and Relationships (part 1)
Today, I'd thought I'd share an excerpt from the Secret Language of Flower Tour I'm giving at the Wilbur D. May Arboretum, this Friday. It's a sample of the kinds of fun and free things we offer to the Reno community. It's all about promoting interest in nature, educating families, our local history, and … Continue reading The Secret Language of Flowers
I'm going back a couple of years here. When topics come up my facebook KonMari Tidying group that everyone seems to struggle with, I can't help but add my two cents worth. And since it's Spring, and I'm freshening up my home, the topic of purging the little things, seems timely. One of the hardest … Continue reading What to do with the small stuff (or how I learned that I had outgrown my great ideas).
( KonMari Insight Blog Series) Perfecting your life? No, I'm not talking about being perfect. No one is perfect and I think it would make for a boring world. I'm talking more about how our lives are unfinished and constantly unfolding. A question that came up the other day in our Facebook Group - … Continue reading Perfecting Your Life