Twenty-one years ago, I submitted an assignment that outlined our goals from one week to 20 years, and a trip to Europe was listed as one of my 20 years goals. To own my own home (check), have a garden (no & boring), season tickets to see the Bears (do not watch football), and travel … Continue reading Check “Trip to Europe” From the Bucket List!
Sitting here this evening, I feel a sense of peace knowing the number of blessings is too many to count. I finished one class and enrolled in graduate school and will start next month. Grateful for the opportunity to telework. My husband is cancer free! I have two beautiful, loud, and loving dogs. My parents … Continue reading Blessings from Miller Beach
Going with the FlowGo with the flow.Let go of fear and your need to control. Relinquish anxiety. Let it slip away, as you dive into the river of the present moment, the river of your life, your place in the universe.Stop trying to force the direction. Try not to swim against the current, unless it … Continue reading Language of Letting Go July 8th Reading
Next week, I look forward to selecting my class schedule for a new master's program. Work and recovery schedules make it possible to balance a full-time grad school program. 2021-2022 was full of changes and it was rough. I remind myself of the bigger picture, but the losses and reality checks were pretty painful. Grateful … Continue reading Except When To Do So Would Injure Them or Others
Great news! I owe $325.87 on my RAV4, a total of $22, 226.04 in 13 months, and this balance is scheduled for a payoff on July 1st. I have to thank the VA benefits which enabled me to knock out my goal to pay off this car within a short time. Beyond grateful! Financial freedom … Continue reading Financial Goals – Paying off the car