Always Well Within

Calm Your Mind, Ease Your Heart, Embrace Your Inner Wisdom

The Best of Always Well Within 2014

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Soon we’ll enter the New Year with all its momentary excitement – fireworks, champagne, and maybe even a midnight kiss.

All that’s fun, but in truth each moment is new, each moment offers a fresh opportunity, each moment can be the one that sparks healing, change, and transformation for you.

I try to capture this essential message in all my writing on Always Well Within. It’s possible because your mind is pliable, flexible, and able to embrace new directions when you give it a chance and a loving nudge.

Most Popular Blog Posts of 2014

I like to browse through the year’s posts in December as they always tell a unique story about my own life, concerns, and triumphs.  This year the key themes included relaxing, letting go, play, compassion, and working with anger.

Here are the 13 most popular posts from 2014:

  1. 10 Ways I Embraced Simplicity and You Can Too
  2. The True Meaning of Non-Attachment and How It Sets You Free
  3. How to Accept the Unacceptable
  4. How to Balance Work and Play
  5. How I Became a Buddhist and What It Really Means
  6. 22 Books Worth Reading Twice
  7. How to Feel and Be Compassionate Towards Someone You Dislike
  8. Meditation:  Heart Advice from 3 Exceptional Women
  9. 17 Important Insights from My Digital Break
  10. Too Much Pressure?  9 Ways to Lighten the Load
  11. 33 Mantras to Quickly Calm Your Stress Response
  12. Embrace Your Shadow, Release Your Personal Power
  13. Kindness:  The Simple Secret to An Extraordinary Life

I also created two gifts for you:

  • Your Year in Review:  16 Questions to Help You End the Year Well
  • Time Tracking Log – to help you spend your precious time well.

You can download these on my Gifts page.

Thank You!

It’s an honor and privilege to write for you.  Thank you from the bottom of my heart for reading, sharing, and commenting.

I love responding to your questions and topic requests in my articles.  If there’s anything special you would like me to write about, please send me an email.

It’s interesting that I’m suddenly feeling a new strength of conviction.  Whatever 2015 might hold, I hope this sense of courage and clarity makes itself apparent in my words.

Moving forward, these are my wishes for Always Well Within:

  • May my writing be like a wish-fulfilling gem that spontaneously provides whatever you may need in the moment from nourishment to inspiration to the right practical advice.
  • May my writing bring joy, hope, love, and clarity to as many people as possible.

I know your time is precious!  I can’t help but feel wonder-struck that you choose to read my blog. I feel overjoyed by your presence and wish you the very best for the coming year and always.

Thank you for your presence!  And thank you so much for sharing my posts.   If you’re new, please subscribe for free updates by email.  With love and gratitude, Sandra

Image:  Grialte

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18 Comments

  1. Sandra wishing you all the best in 2015 and during this holiday season. I look forward to more of your inspirational writing in 2015, and thanks for sharing your top posts. I loved re-reading many!

    • Thank you, Donna! I’m so happy we are connected. I appreciate all that you share on your blogs and in the comments here too. I wish you every success in 2015 and all the joy and happiness you so deserve.

  2. Darling Sandra,
    I’ve loved all your posts this year and this post is no exception.
    I love the calm with which you write and get your message across straight to the heart.
    Thank you for your love and support this year. I appreciate you so much.
    Love and Immense Gratitude,
    Z~

    • Dearest Zeenat,

      Thank you for all you sweet words and support throughout the year and the years! I’m so happy we’ve been partners on this blogging journey. I love your positivity and dedication to heart-filled living. Hugs and love to you.

  3. Wonderful collection to refer back to. What a great energy with which to start the new year.

    • Hi Debbie! I’m glad you like the collection and I love how you see it as a great energy with which to start the new year. Thanks and much love to you!

  4. Thanks for this list of supportive and thought provoking posts! I love your blog! Merry Merry! X) – Shann

  5. Thanks for posting this. I’ve read back through a few of your posts but there are some on the list that I haven’t read so I’m looking forward to them 🙂

    Have a lovely Christmas and all the best for 2015 🙂 x

    • You’re welcome! It makes my heart sing to know that you’re looking forward to reading more of my posts. Enjoy and wishing you a happy holiday too.

  6. “each moment is new” = absolutely a mantra to live by. thank you for a glimpse into your best stuff, sandra – i appreciate your message.

    • Thank you, April! I didn’t make up that idea about each moment, but I’m so happy to share it because it can make such a difference in our life. Thanks for your appreciation. It means a lot to me.

  7. What a lovely collection – I’m looking forward to diving in. I love your writing, and this post was one of those that inspired me to look back over the year in this way. Powerful stuff.

    • Thank you, Vicky. And, I’m so glad you did look back over the year on your blog. I so appreciated the reminder that this is the year of the wild horse (in the Chinese and Tibetan calendars) and it’s not quite over yet! We’ve gotten this far though so I think we’ll be fine.

  8. I love how your blog always makes me feel so peaceful. My goal for 2015 involves just that: peacefulness. And mindfulness. And simplicity. And frugality. 🙂 Wishing you a great new year as well!

    • Thank you! That’s one of the best compliments I could receive as that’s my intention for my blog. I love peacefulness, mindfulness, and simplicity. And, when I think of it, I’m actually a bit frugal too. Thank you for coming by and for your kind words. Have a wonderful 2015.

  9. What a great set of links to look back on over this next year! Thanks for sharing then Sandra <3

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