Month: July 2012

Unraveling the Knots

Unraveling the Knots

“You gotta know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em, know when to walk away, know when to run.” -From The Gambler by Kenny Rogers Yesterday, I wrote about boundaries, particularly those in friendships.  As I said yesterday, this has been something that  has been an issue for me for a long time. […]

Posted 31 July 2012 by Kim in Pondering Life / 0 Comments
Boundaries

Boundaries

Last Tuesday, I talked about the fabulous journal prompts offered by Dominee of Blessing Manifesting, Sacred Journey Through Journaling.  One of the things I love about them, besides the fact that they make you think (!), is that you really don't have to do them in order.  I have been doing them totally out of order, […]

Posted 30 July 2012 by Kim in Pondering Life / 0 Comments
And so the week ends…

And so the week ends…

It's been an enlightening week, full of ups and downs.  It started out with downward spiral Monday afteroon and I spent the evening feeling completely overwhelmed and frustrated.  It just seemed that, no matter how much I may try to pull myself up, there is always something right there to pull me down.  But giving in […]

Posted 27 July 2012 by Kim in Daily Drama, Memetastic, Pondering Life / 0 Comments
A Balancing Act

A Balancing Act

I discovered a new blog today, Effervescense by Kylie.  Kind of ironic, considering the things I have been thinking about lately, that I discovered her blog on the day she posts about change.  It's all about how you don't have to be anyone or anything other than who or what you are in order to do […]

Posted 26 July 2012 by Kim in Pondering Life / 0 Comments
Gifts & Wishes

Gifts & Wishes

Today has been one of those days when it would have been all too easy to give in to the blahs and ignore my blog and my goals for the day.  I am thoroughly exhausted and thinking in a straight line is almost an impossible feat!  But since my end goal is for positive change, […]

Posted 25 July 2012 by Kim in Memetastic, Pondering Life / 6 Comments