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Gymnastics - Master Class

Gymnastics: The Ultimate Master Class

I can’t stop thinking about the 158 victims who came forward to give their impact statements in the sentencing of Larry Nassar. It is remarkable that every single survivor who spoke embodied the same indomitable spirit of courage and poise. While there were many tears, harsh anger, and obvious emotional pain reliving the horrific memories in speaking their truth before a worldwide audience—and coming face …

1.1.18

January 1, 2018

The start of a New Year. What would you do today if you were told by a higher power that by December 31, 2018 you will be living that dream if you went after it? I haven’t heard any divine guarantee, but I’ve decided to step it up a notch. I’m excited to adjust my periscope on my Big Bold Dreams. I’m making this the …

Social Hope

The Good In Social Media

The reason I enjoy social media is because of all of the inspiring posts. My phone is filled with screen shots of posts that ignite something positive in me. One hundred percent of the time I think, “Dang it, I wish I would have said that.” People’s innovative and poetic ways of thinking and sharing inspiring things always amazes me. The latest post that has …

Reverse Bucket List

The Reverse Bucket List

I’ve been reading about the concept of the Reverse Bucket List. A Reverse Bucket List is basically a collection of your greatest hits and memories to serve the purpose of alleviating any stress your future Bucket List might hold. Essentially, you will be encouraged and inspired to keep chipping away at your dreams when you look at all the items you’ve already checked off your …

resilience

Resilience

Resilience isn’t something we seek. Resilience is a muscle we choose to develop when hit with a life-altering experience. That muscle is part of the God-given light within each of us. Like every other muscle in our body (physiological, emotional, or mental) Resilience only grows and strengthens when flexed. The interesting thing about Resilience is that it needs a counterpart in order to be stimulated …