• Stream of Consciousness Saturday

    Mind, Body and Soul: It’s Stream of Consciousness Saturday

    This post is part of SoCS Stream of Consciousness Saturday. The word prompt for today is soul/sole. Use the word/words in any way you can. Let’s start! It took me awhile to write this post. As I stumbled with the word, I told myself it’s gonna be easy. Yet, as I’m reflecting now, I realized…there’s more to it. My mind is full of distractions. I need balance, I need focus. So today, I started a challenge with my little one. I was searching for something. There’s that missing piece. I’m starting this journey to self-love. My sole aim is to find balance and peace within myself. Lots of things are…

  • Stream of Consciousness Saturday

    It’s time for a Springtime Bash! It’s Stream of Consciousness Saturday #SoCs

    Hello there! Today is Saturday and that means it’s time for Stream of Consciousness Saturday! Our prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “abash/a bash/bash.” Use “abash,” or “bash” as a noun or a verb. Bonus points if you manage all three. Have fun! It’s our second week for Little M’s swimming lessons and the weather is warming up. It’s time for a Springtime bash and someone’s excited! No to bashers please..Just happy to receive a giveaway from the holidays the other day! Now that it’s Daddy Shark’s turn today, this Mama Buzz made it sure he’s ready for the day. But wait…he’s learning to crawl and Oops!!! He bashed…

  • Stream of Consciousness Saturday

    If there’s a Critic, there’s Criticism: 10 Ways to approach the Big C

    This post is part of SoCS. “Stream of Consciousness Saturday”. Our Friday prompt of Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “critic (al).” Write about the first thing that comes to mind when you think of the word “critic (al).” No editing is required. Let’s start! “Criticism is something we can avoid easily by saying nothing, doing nothing, and being nothing.”– Aristotle Criticism is everywhere.  A critic controls it. You get unsolicited advice or a strong opinion. It can be daunting, hurtful, persuasive, and/or emotionally disturbing. How do you manage this? I work in a healthcare management team. I get this almost every day. I make decisions when mediating staff conflict. Either…