|March 18, 2013||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under Learning and Growing, Loving Yourself 101|
Courage is after all, not the absence of fear, but the ability to move forward despite it’s presence. …continue reading.
|March 11, 2013||Feast...|
I recently had a conversation with a co-worker, who was telling me how their child is being bullied at school. This co-worker wondered aloud why it is that we have so much more awareness of this issue, but the problem doesn’t seem to be getting any better. In fact, in some ways, it is worse.… …continue reading.
|March 4, 2013||Feast..., Overcoming Obstacles|
Over the past few years I have noticed a definite shift in people in regards to what I like to call The Art of Complaining. A few years ago, I read Will Bowen’s book: A Complaint Free World. “We see a day when people focus on and speak about what they desire things to be… …continue reading.
|February 25, 2013||Feast..., Learning and Growing|
One thing that I am definitely grateful for these days, is the realization that there are things that are within my control and things that are beyond my control. The fact that it has taken me 43 years to grasp this obvious piece of reality doesn’t bother me at all because it seems that… …continue reading.
|April 9, 2012||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under Feast..., The Art of Kindness|
My last post was about learning to love yourself despite a past where one may not have been treated as well as they deserve. I also wrote about how it is my responsibility to make sure that I do not allow people in my life who will hurt or abuse me. I made a commitment… …continue reading.
|March 29, 2012||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under Feast...|
Perfectionism is a disorder, make no mistake. It is not a quality that leads one to strive for excellence, but a pathology that says that nothing is or ever will be good enough. The quest for perfection can only lead in one direction which is to focus on what is wrong instead of what is right. …continue reading.