“Peanut butter” is something I say when a person or thing comes between my husband and I while we are walking, resulting in us letting go of the other’s hand. In life, my husband and I have had a lot of peanut butter. But it isn’t what separates us that matters — but the coming back together.
Most people dread it. Some deny it is even happening. Many will lie about it.
Me? I think turning 40 is exciting.
There are moments from my childhood where a small seed of wisdom was deposited into my subconscious that would blossom with age. One of those seeds was planted during a Saturday morning fishing trip with my father and younger sister.
Professional speakers and self-help books encourage us to step outside our comfort zones and embrace the new. But even the new becomes a comfort zone after awhile. My step outside a comfort zone showed me the person I could be.
After blood work and a pelvic ultrasound, my gynecologist laid out a plan to get me on the road to recovery.
As I have learned, a bit of hope, home cooking, and teamwork goes a long way!
The easiest way to get a new perspective on life involves a suitcase. Traveling has been proven to help break routines and can open the gates to our creative flow. Especially if your planned adventure drops the speed of life down to 4 kilometres per hour.