Friday, September 20, 2013


Recently I asked myself the question, "What can I do to make each day matter?". I wanted to learn how I could impact society through my daily actions. We are always surrounded my quotes telling us that life is short (stay away for it). Thus I wanted to know how to make each day of my life count for something, whether big or small. After asking the same question to one of my favorite bloggers, I made a huge discovery. You ready?

The key to making any day matter is sharing.

Sharing your love with others. Sharing thoughts and ideas. Sharing your writing through blogs. Sharing your attention when listening to others. Sharing your curiosity to spark new thoughts. Sharing enthusiasm. Sharing gratitude towards kind acts from others. Sharing your wisdom... in moderation. Sharing kind words and compliments to those who need and deserve them.

The list goes on & on...

If your questioning what the act of sharing, I'd like you to ask yourself... What good is anything if you don't share it with others? Where will that brilliant idea take you if you don't get input from others? What will your love life look like if you don't share love in return with the ones that share it with you?

The question "What can I do to make each day matter?" will have different answers and actions for everyone. But it's the act of sharing that can transform any action into one that matters.

Inspired by Hey Amber Rae

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

With the start of a new school year upon us, there are so many things to look forward to.

Fresh starts
New challenges & new goals
Changing seasons
Clean planners & clean slates
Aspiring attitudes
Bright futures
Open Minds

And so many more...

This is exactly why Fall is my favorite time of the year. I love trusting the process of what Fall will bring. Not only do I use this time to examine my mindset and attitude, but also of those around me. I always find it motivating that others usually carry a sense of rejuvenation during this time of year. It's a simple pick-me-up!

With all the possibilities of Fall at our finger tips I encourage you to soak up your potential this season!