Bulletproof Soup

KB and I had only been on a couple of dates… maybe 3 or 4 when I came down with a cold.  I was at home wrapped up in a blanket on the couch and feeling pretty awful.  My plan was to ease the suffering by watching some martial arts …

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Be Kind to Yourself

This week was a reminder that I need to be kind to myself.  We all do in fact.  It’s easy to forget about ourselves when we are focused on the day to day things but being kind to ourselves very important.  Sometimes we focus on the negative things and we …

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Making Kindness Work

Kindness is like a tree falling in the forest… or like a tango… or some other pliable cliche that can be attached to just about anything you can imagine.  But really, in order for kindness to work and actually mean something there has to be at least two people involved …

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Popcorn!

Today’s story is from Danielle Murray.  Sometimes when a person dies, those closest to them know not of the kindnesses that their loved one has done for others or how much he or she meant to them. Because that person doesn’t talk about the good things they do, they just …

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Happiness is a Choice

This morning, I stumbled across an article written by a palliative care nurse listing the top five regrets that people shared on their deathbed. Although I find the idea of deathbed regrets to be quite a sad thing, there is probably a lot to be learned from them.  As we …

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