Be confident in your abilities. Live fearless. Find your happy place. Bring cookies.
The more one is surrounded by hard working and creative people, the more endurance one gets. Setting goals and challenging each other is the principal food of stamina and persistence.
Sashana Souza Zanella
Strong communities start with strong schools.
Creativity is an asset, not a service.
Your why is your ethical compass. Your why keeps you centered; it's what keeps you focused.
What I do is be a principal, but why I do it is because of my mission. What we do is not as important as why we do it.
That same sensation that is bring about the frenetic and pathetic seeming moments is bringing you a choice.
The same exact energy which anxiety does rear its head with...does demand that we jump into our zones, we go looking for the good, we hug the strong.
It is integral in moments of anxiety regardless of external circumstances that we do go looking for the good.
We have to get into it quickly and eradicate the negative before it builds and we have to then proactively redirect all of that angst into a productive and positive form of good.
I have learned to slay that animal of anxiety swiftly and ferociously and like a savage beast.
I do believe that when we hug the strong it goes a long way.
When we jump into high anxiety-ridden fields we have an opportunity to grow--not the fat way--but the good way.
If we're doing this dance called life correctly, and navigating anxiety smoothly and lucidly too therefore, then we do change.
The same galvanizing, powerful, energy that anxiety presents does only bring with it...a choice.
Anxiety brings with it massive energy and it is what we do with that energy which separates us.
I was alas 150% happy and I was in my element and had discovered my authentic self.
Our zones demand that we do summon some strength from within.
I was never ensconced in the throngs of social conventions or the traditional methods of treating and identifying anxiety.
Woman with a palate and a penchant and a passion and love and warmth for life and for experiences and for food. Yes!
Let's go slay some dragons and get down to the fun.
Wine, for me, is a very happy thing. We raise our big goblet of gratitude toward life and celebrations.
And it is via those passions too that I have an opportunity every single day to share my greatest innate gift with the world which is getting people excited about life.
If I watch the movements and the breath of a child, that I would be witnessing yoga in it's purest form.
Rome, everytime it can be a different experience, everytime it is a different experience.
Can we learn from the Romans? How do we create sustainable cities today? Can we not have good conversations, productive conversations, as we look at what the romans themselves were doing?