Joyful Life Living, Uncover Your Joy got a book-lift.
It was calling to me to add in more goodies I’ve learned and leave the great nuggets from when it was originally published.
New Title: Living A Life Of Joy
New Subtitle: Techniques & Practices To Release Old Hurts, Dial Down Guilt & Stand In Your Power
By Katrina L-A Davis
What are 3 – 5 words to focus on for 2020 to open to many of the ideas in your free write from blog: Wants For 2020 part 1, to happen, list 3 – 5 Words.
Enjoy the free downloadable list PDF.
What is something interesting in your neck of the woods?
It still tickles me to be out for a drive and end up south of Foster in Portland, Oregon riding through a covered bridge. There're some great pictures in this blog.
Do you want some added steps with a bit of community time. Watch YouTube video on: Community Time With Added Steps. This can bring joy to your day and lower stress.
I can't believe Fall has arrived!
Be on the lookout for beautiful fall colors
and enjoy the change in seasons. #FirstDayOfFall
Wow, today I had a moment of recognizing how life has changed. With my hubby away, I decided to go have breakfast at a place we enjoy going to. When I walked in the waitress was asking where my Hubby was and I let her know he’s on the way home from a trip. It’s great to be a regular.
When I was sitting waiting for breakfast to show up, I realized I was sitting alone in a restaurant. This is something I often had avoided because it felt uncomfortable but today, I felt at ease and comfortable with being there. I feel misty eyed thinking of this as I write this. I contribute this ease to tapping and working with a great tapping coach, Helen McConnell. Thank you, Helen, for all you’ve done for me.
Let's notice and celebrate beautiful changes in our lives!
Let’s plan a head, when needed, it adds irresistible joy and ease in our lives.
By Katrina L-A Davis, from: KD's Adventure
A Guide For Women Walking Through Divorce, By Katrina L-A Davis is available on Amazon in Kindle and paperback.
This guide explore ways to dial down turmoil, explore options and start moving forward, empowering women to greater confidence and joy.
Adventures add joy to our lives. Usually it’s me looking for adventures although it was my Hubby coming up with some recently. It was fun hearing his excitement and ideas.
He found an interesting park by a river and we headed out after lunch and some tasks were complete. It was fun to be in the shade by the river watching the boats zoom by, enjoying the scenery around us.
Let’s be open to adventures and ideas from others. It can open the door to more irresistible beauty and joy.
It's good to get out and be with people at times, especially when walking through divorce. Go to an event in a park, visit friends, find something you enjoy doing in nature.
Let's find some fun this weekend!
While looking for adventures near me, I ran across this one. It looked exciting and reminded me of another helicopter adventure my Hubby and I had. This could be a great way to see the sites around Portland, OR.
Let's be on the look out for adventures!
We found a great place to get into nature. Orenco Woods Nature park was a beautiful place to walk, enjoy nature & see some interesting sculptures.
Getting in to nature feels rejuvenating, clears the mind & we can return to work more focused.
It’s important to me to have some adventure in the weekend, especially when we have a three-day weekend. Often, we’ll do a day trip on a long weekend but we had many to dos on our list to get done. We both agreed to forgo the day trip, fit some fun in and check off a number of to dos too.
We even combined a “to do” with some fun by doing an errand, then we found something in that part of town we hadn’t done before. It felt great to fit some fun in and accomplish many “to dos” in our weekend!
Fit some fun in and check off some to do's too, when needed.
Adding in extra steps and people can add joy in our day.
Here’s a video about community time and extra steps https://youtu.be/3aGGyFVnI-Q
It’s funny we all had reasons for not going the first time to see the author. Looking back on one of the reasons I didn’t go was I had resistance to breaking up into small groups, with strangers and doing some exercises together.
This didn’t feel comfortable for me at the time. The funny thing was I had a totally different view of what “groups” were going to really be like. Doing the group exercise was amazing and fun.
Let's be open to stepping outside our comfort zone a bit, it can be enlightening and fantastic!
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