Search For Happiness – A Life Well Lived

Aristotle said, “Happiness is the meaning and the purpose of life, the whole aim and end of human existence.” If happiness is our human quest and we chase external possessions or speedy solutions, we quickly learn that the expectant joy is temporary. It is interesting that we are born with…

Wonder

Wonder is defined as “a feeling of surprise mingled with admiration, caused by something beautiful, unexpected, unfamiliar or inexplicable”. When was the last time you were momentarily awed by something inexplicable? When have you lingered to witness a bright moon bedazzled with millions of stars? Wonder touches something deep within…

Joyful Nature – Just For the Fun of It

Children have fun—plain and simple. They are creative, vibrant, and innovative. They have a lot of energy and can drain adults, but they trigger an awareness of vanished dreams. They joyfully live in the present moment whether having a temper tantrum or belly laughing. Children engage us with their authentic…

The 5 W’s of Celiac Disease

The 5 W’s of Celiac Disease

The 5 W’s of Celiac Disease By Coach Kim Schuchman The overwhelming majority of Celiac organizations and all of the Celiac Research Centers in the United States recognize May as National Celiac Disease Awareness Month. The University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center is one of the premier research and treatment…

Children Are Passionate Teachers

Children live life in the present moment with passion, emotion, and a sense of awe. They are not bogged down with an inner critical voice. They are naturally guided by an internal knowing that they are uniquely delightful. They are alive with passion. If we let children be our teachers,…

Listen With Heart To Yourself

Listen with your heart? What does that mean to you? If you ranked your ability for heartfelt listening towards yourself, how would you score? My guess is lower than you would like. The Cleveland Clinic Wellness website states that on average we have 60,000 thoughts per day and 95% of…