What’s your Paradise Falls?
With Cheryl in her second week of Disney retirement, we are slowly starting to think about that question.
Spending a week in Disneyland is a nice transition from lifetime Cast Member to Disney Retiree.
It’s not lost on me that we have the ability to be here at Disneyland and all of the other stuff like traveling to see a movie.
This blog is about being organized with home life.
Any and all lucky breaks (perks) are the result of countless hours and a lifetime of preparation.
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Unless there’s a bonafide condition that inhibits a person from optimism, than we ought to be purposefully organizing ourselves for positivity.
Mind, Body, Spirit, Money, HQ.
Life’s big decisions. Life’s big choices.
I think about them, like many people do – in fact, just like you do.
The big difference between having work-life balance, work-life wellness, is in the approach we take. This is a no-brainer. It’s that simple.
If we take a casual approach, we get casual results.
Being inspired inspires others.
Most humans like quotes. We enjoy the way a small sentence or quick thought can summarize the essence of a larger body of work.
Some people are addicted to quotes, like me.
And some people find themselves quotable. This is usually by design, and it is also the mark of someone who’s been burned by Hell’s fire and came out purified, or at the very least, changed.
And in our busy, hectic, worried lives, small, digestible sound bites really satisfy our hunger for a laugh, for inspiration, for validation, for comfort – and on and on.
Quotes are good.
You can quote me on that.
Heard this phrase the other night, probably on the TV as I was walking though a room, and I wrote it down.
“The art of compromise.”
We can take guesses as to what this means, or we can simply make up our own meaning. That’s what I did, and came up with five different ways:
- Compromising our mind, intellect
- Compromising our body, health
- Compromising our spirit, faith
- Compromising our money, career
- Compromising just about everything, CEO of Me, Inc.
The comment’s intent targeted the Senators power to say “no” to President Obama – relationships and the passing of President Obama’s Health Care Bill.
Some Senators held their vote until they got a really good deal for their state. This had people debating it’s fairness, and the Senator’s enormous power to say, “No.”
At the end of the day, it’s really about relationships and who you know.
Or maybe, just maybe, it’s about who you no.