The Balance In No

"Saying No gains you respect. When you say No, the other person may feel disappointed. But ultimately, they will respect you for taking good care of yourself. And most of all, you'll respect yourself because you are being true to yourself!" ~ Doreen Virtue How often do you cancel that much needed me time to …

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When To Say I’m Sorry (Knowing True Forgiveness)

"Holding on to anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die" -Buddha As I travel on this journey, one of the biggest lessons I am working on is knowing when to say I'm sorry. I find myself apologizing countless times for my idiosyncrasies, the little things that are just apart of …

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