Holiday Consumerism and the Minimalist

Holiday consumerism and the minimalist, the two just don’t belong and though I may not be a minimalist in comparison to those whom are true minimalist with a 12 item wardrobe and am accounted inventory of every item in the home, I am an intentionalist. I seek intentionality when making purchases. I think twice sometimes…

Jeremiah 29:11

It was a cold December winter evening many years ago. I had finished walking an outdoor holiday festival light show and entered into the gift shop following my mother and daughter. We were “window shopping” if you will, the gifts of Catholic home goods, tools, sacramentals and decor. I had nothing in particular in mind…

Ending The Limiting Thoughts

We are our own worst enemies. We get in the way of our own successes. We are our own limitations. Honestly, how many self limiting and sabatoging thoughts can a single person have in a day? I was working with a client not so long ago. My role as a consultant was to aid her…

Harvest

It’s Harvest season and I mean this in the most biblical sense of the word. In reality here in Massachusetts and across our Nation in general harvest will soon be approaching. Autumn is quickly beginning and so too will be the season for apple picking, pumpkin picking, Thanksgiving dinner and so forth. Harvest. Crops will…

Do You Have Vision?

Do you have vision? Can you see? How perfect is your vision? Is it 20/20? Vision. Do you have it? My contacts are about to come out and my glasses may or may not go on depending if I plan on going to sleep right after this posting and though my physical vision is corrected…