A friend and I were talking about accepting help and how hard it is to relent and say yes to receiving help. It was a simple thing, a couple meals being brought to her home after a hand surgery, and yet, the first instinct was to say no and to move forward not accepting the offer for help. She stood across from me and said why is it so easy for me to help others and yet so hard for me to accept help for myself?
Wellness on the Web is an ongoing interview series that showcases bloggers who focus on clean, unrefined, nourishing and naturally delicious food. This week, please welcome…Kirsty | The Natural FoodieFacebook // Twitter // Email ...more
The thing I love about a road race is that it's the only sporting event I know of where everyday competitors compete in the same event with world-class and olympic athletes. You or I can't compete in a swimming race with Michael Phelps, ski with Bode Miller, or golf against Tiger Woods. And not because those athletes are too stuck up to compete with the masses - their sports just aren't set up that way....more
Facebook for business might sound like an oxymoron. Yet the ubiquitous social media tool is for more than just sharing vacation photos and plugging your favourite cat video. Since it’s inception businesses and organizations have used Facebook to build community through attracting a loyal following of customers and members. The focus on community and sharing with others who like and support a specific brand or cause blends seamlessly with the more personal use of the site for sharing pics and stories with friends and family....more