In our series last week we talked about chasing happiness, what does it mean for me to be happy? One statement we say around here is: “You will not find happiness while chasing it. It will always be elusive.” ~ KM Coaching In our 2nd installment of our series Chasing Happiness today, I want to […]
Everyone wants to be happy. Even if there is someone who says they don’t, they have resolved to bitterness and believe that happiness is too elusive. All of us want to be happy.
What does it mean to be happy?
You probably learned this in Basic Biology Class but what is the biggest organ that you have? And probably the most important one? That’s right, your skin. Show Notes: In the Bible, 1 Corinthians 12:27 tells us that We are the body of Christ. It goes on and talks about the different parts of the […]
When I was young, we didn’t play very many games. Like board games or card games. Like at all. None. But now, things are a little different, well, they are a lot different.
You can say what you want about the pandemic right now. There are people saying that the reporting numbers are false, they are skewed and there are scare tactics being used by the media and the government. All of that may be true, yet none of it could be true. It doesn’t matter, it may affect you, it may not. It’s still a virus. You could be asymptomatic or lose your life, no matter what your age. We can compare it to the flu, past pandemics, or, we can compare it to government control. No matter how you view covid-19 it’s still highly contagious, it is costing lives, and there is a simultaneous, or concurrent, double pandemic going on.
While on vacation I learned that there’s a great deal of difference in isolation for CoVID-19 and travelling 1500 miles to experience waves crashing. It doesn’t necessarily mean that seclusion and isolation are automatically a good thing.
Summer is here, the 4th is around the corner and there is a LOT of tension in our nation right now. If stress is one of the leading causes of so many health issues, why aren’t we looking into this more? Why aren’t we more intentional about stress management?