Gratitude may be one of the most powerful emotional forces we have. It pulls you from worrying about past, fretting about the future, and centers you in the here and now. It’s the antidote to fear, anxiety and anger. Taking a few minutes each day to feel grateful can shift your entire life towards more joy and abundance.
Passion is a tricky thing. It gives you fire, motivation, and a burning desire to contribute. On the flip side, it can make you feel vulnerable and afraid to share your light with the world. It’s safer to keep your passion to yourself where it’s comfortable rather than live it out loud. Truly living in your passion can be one of the most rewarding things you’ve ever done and simultaneously one of the most terrifying things you’ve ever done. Luckily, our dogs give us a great model for moving forward in this fragile but incredibly rewarding space.
Do you think dogs get disappointed? I don’t mean little disappointments, like when you pick up the leash without taking them on a walk, but big disappointments when things don’t go their way. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a dog pout for hours or days when reality doesn’t match their expectations.
Dogs seem to go with the flow so well. Always looking for the next opportunity, the next chance to enjoy themselves, or just the next moment itself, whatever it brings. They do it so naturally, so easily.
It’s a new year! I think we can all agree that 2020 was… well, it was hard. Although hopefully you can look back on 2020 and find things you were grateful for, it was a challenging year for so many people. As we all move into a new year with new possibilities, it’s a great time to set your intentions for the year, your life, and your relationships (canine included!).
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I know you’ve received an overflow of emails from companies (many much more knowledgeable and qualified than ours) addressing the widespread impact of COVID-19. I’m not sure what a note from a brand can provide in these anxious and fearful times, however I am finding communication to be more important and honestly, comforting than ever.
That’s the average of people who actually achieve their New Year’s resolutions. It’s a staggering statistic and one that ironically, is usually used to try and motivate you to become part of that coveted percentage.