Posts Tagged happiness


Keeping it Simple

42 days of Teresa – day 6 Today was about keeping it simple.  After a busy week, with all kinds of ups and downs, I enjoyed some chill out time.  I spent the day with my kids and otherwise did the minimum amount of adulting possible.  (there is a minimum)  The boys were happy to […]

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Tears of Transformation

42 days of Teresa- day 4 Allowing myself to observe the waves of overwhelm that would wash over me this past few months has opened a new kind of door.  There is growth, appreciation, heartbreak and a simple knowing that my strength would still be there at the end of this. I have found myself with […]

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Who Am I?

I wish I could go back and extract some of my moments of clarity from my internal dialogue.  I find these wonderful moments of peace and want to share how I came to my realization in a coherent way. I’ve been doing some work with consciously connecting with the energy of my lower chakras lately. […]

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One week before Christmas

I must say, I’m feeling pretty good heading into this week. My house needs a deep clean and the gifts are not all bought and I need to get a couple more workouts in, but, I’m feeling relaxed. My family has managed to stay healthy through this recent flu season and I am definitely feeling […]

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My Bumpy Road

Ok, I have had a bunch of things swirling around in my head lately. Some good, some great and some down right terrible. Being on three trains at once is exhausting. So, I did what only a reasonable person would do. Nothing. I have decided that I have a bunch of things to get out […]

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I’ve been gone Too Long

I have been missing writing here. I had a roller coaster of a 2011 followed by a wonderful holiday with my family in Argentina.  It was a time to unplug and be engaged with my family in an amazing country.  I don’t know a single person who has told me that 2011 was a good […]

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Permission to Love

It took a long time after my dad was deported for me to stop looking over my shoulder. I just didn’t believe that he was really gone.  In this state of wanting to open up and allow myself to develop normal relationships, I had to stop looking back.  I had to believe that he was […]

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Getting Happy with the Happy Book

I’ve decided to delve into the silly, happy side of things. I’m participating in sharing circle facilitated by a super, positive woman, Jamie Ridler. http://tnc-thehappybook.blogspot.com/ I’ll be posting “random” ideas related to happiness, gratitude and sometimes just plain silliness.  The “random” ideas are suggested my Jamie and the book, “The Happy Book” by Rachel Kempster […]

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