Refreshed. Rejuvenated. Relaxed. Nourished. Joyful. Complete.
That’s how I felt during my personal seven-day retreat and digital release.
Could that happen for you? Yes, of course! If you are willing to make the break.
Meditation might not be your cup of tea. But there are countless other ways to nourish yourself with space.
Seven days might be too long – or even impossible – in your reality. But there’s always one day, one hour, or one moment when you can disconnect and breakaway.
Will you give it a try?
The gracious and lively Sonia Marsh at Gutsy Living nominated me to participate in the My 7 Links blog post project created by the Tripbase travel blog.
Then, on the eve of publishing my post, I was also nominated by two other favorite bloggers Meg Wolfe, The Minimalist Woman and Steve Marquez, The Spartan Penguin. I feel triply honored and blessed!
The goal of the My 7 Links project is:
“To unite bloggers (from all sectors) in a joint endeavor to share lessons learned and create a bank of long but not forgotten blog posts that deserve to see the light of day again.”
Tripbase shares the best posts from participating bloggers on their blog and everyday on Facebook and Twitter at #My7Links.
Do you ever have the feeling that some of your best writing is gradually dissolving into the vast emptiness called the ‘archive’ rarely to be found again? What a wonderful effort on the part of Tripbase to infuse our most compelling blog posts with a new life and send them out on the ethers once again.
My 7 Links
Without further ado, here are my carefully selected 7 links.
Do you know anyone who doesn’t long for inner peace, love, and connection?
The Dalai Lama says, “Inner peace is the principle characteristic of happiness.” Sometimes though, it seems we go about finding these qualities in all the wrong ways. The very behaviors that we imagine will bolster us up are often the ones that bring us right down.
In her exquisitely simple, 17-page free e-book – called Peace, Love, Connection – Tess Marshall shows you how to successfully cultivate these three marvelous qualities in your life. Tess uses a verse format to capture a flow of inspirational gems that will spark tenderness and joy within your mind, heart, and soul. Continue reading