Daniella Whyte

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3 More Things To Remember When Problems Persist (365 Days of Spirited Living – DAY 227)

3 More Things To Remember When  Problems Persist

“The hardest thing about ‘everything happens for a reason’ is waiting for that reason to show up.”
— Karen Salmansohn

There is always, always, always something to be grateful for. No matter how good or bad I have, or I perceive myself to have it, it is important that I wake up each morning and go to bed each night thankful for life, for experiences, for opportunity, and for possibilities before me. Remembering that things can always be better or it could always be worse helps me to keep every moment of every day in perspective. Someone somewhere else in the world is desperately fighting for some of the same things we all want. Read more…

Your Life Is In Front of You (365 Days of Spirited Living – DAY 29)

Your Life Is In Front of You

“Be not afraid of life. Believe that life is worth living, and your belief will help create the fact.”
— William James

No matter how old you are or how much you have been through, your life is in front of you if you choose it to be. So many people who are older in life and who have not lived up to their potential, feel as though it is too late to make a change or dream bigger or aim higher. The truth is, this very moment can be the starting point of your best life. No one is too old to become who they were meant to be.

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Prayer: Short Term Memory of Blessings

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How to Keep the “Happy” in Happy Holidays

How to Keep the Happy in Happy Holidays

The holidays are just around the corner. With gift buying and gift giving, traveling and cooking, it can be easy to let this special time of the year get out of hand. Before you know it, instead of saying “Happy Holidays”, you could be saying “Hurry Up Holidays”. The key to having a peaceful holiday season is knowing how to navigate through the snow and the snowstorms without becoming overwhelmed or overworked. So, here are some tips to help you keep the “happy” in happy holidays: Read more…

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