Terri Trespicio

10 Thoughts on Whole Living from October 2010

Just came across last month's 10 Thoughts on Whole Living by Terri Trespicio from Martha Stewart's Whole Living Magazine on page 101.

Hoping they will inspire you!

10 Thoughts on Whole Living

1. If you can successfully change one bad habit, you're likely to change another.

2. Don't assume you know what someone needs you to do. Ask.

3. Sometimes all it takes to get through a tough time is a single, powerful word.

4. Be courageous enough to listen for the truth.

5. When you shine a light on a negative thought, it loses its power.

6. While you can't shut out illness entirely, you can make your body a place where health thrives.

7. Do something that makes you sweat.

8. Embrace frayed edges, worn pages, and laugh lines. True beauty lies in imperfection.

9. Remind a loved one that he/she isn't alone.

10. Learning to love requires as much openness as it does strength.

Make it a bold and beautiful day!!

- Team Project BE Bold

10 Thoughts on Whole Living

Sat down to read more in Whole Living Magazine and ran across page 93, written by Terri Trespicio. She shares the following 10 Thoughts on Whole Living:

1. Your body already knows how to heal itself; You just have to get out of its way.

2. Go ahead - vent a little. Think of it as a detox for the soul.

3. Good posture isn't about rigidity, but fluidity.

4. When you can appreciate being alone, you're rarely lonely.

5. Clutter is the by-product of indecision. Make sure everything in your space is there because you choose to keep it.

6. You may not be in school anymore, but there's always more to learn.

7. True sufficiency doesn't mean having plenty; it means having enough.

8. Pay attention to how you walk. Ask yourself what you're rushing toward - or away from.

9. Transform anxiety into excitement; focus not on the fear of what lies ahead but the possibilities you might create.

10. Lead with your heart, not your ego.

Tips taken from: Whole Living: body + soul in balance, September 2010 print edition, Volume 27, Issue 7,  p.93. No Place Like Home written by Terri Trespicio.

- Post by Jen Engevik of Project BE Bold