A Trifecta Anniversary Post

One of the things I learned in studying Positive Psychology was that taking time to reminisce about positive experiences helps boost happiness. As a recovering negative thinker, this is not an easy task for me. It is also hard to not feel like I’m bragging (not something a “good girl” does!) if I share these … Continue reading A Trifecta Anniversary Post

Shifting Beliefs and Growing my Intuition

While I don't do “book reviews”, I often will share my insights from books I’ve read. My recent read of Own your Own Shift by Stacey Ruth, recommended by a friend, highlighted for me some additional insight into shifting beliefs. And interestingly, there was some “how to” on building up intuition – an area I … Continue reading Shifting Beliefs and Growing my Intuition

Retirement Lifestyle Vision Statement Update

My current Retirement Lifestyle vision statement (below) is really defining the activities in which I engage. See link here on my review of how my vision statement was refined through my retirement transition to this current statement: Active, Connected, Creative, Contemplative. These 4 vision areas and my Putting Positive Psychology into Practice Tenets really define … Continue reading Retirement Lifestyle Vision Statement Update

Fall Reminisce – Out & About Returns

It feels like a bit of return to normalcy.  Even though COVID has not gone away locally, the numbers of cases are significantly down.  The Red Tide (algae bloom) is also significantly dissipated.  There’s also been an intentional resurgence of my own Out & About planning and execution! The third tenet of my Putting Positive … Continue reading Fall Reminisce – Out & About Returns

Invisible Woman Syndrome

I think I’ve found one “syndrome/complex” I don't have! I’m not saying it’s not real; it is just one I have not (yet?) experienced - Invisible Woman Syndrome. I’ve written before about the Bag Lady Syndrome and the Imposter Complex. (Link here) I have experienced both – not that either has any truth to them, … Continue reading Invisible Woman Syndrome