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Today we celebrate Father’s Day in America. In your Zap of Wynn this week I’m sharing with you a little behind the scenes of Bee Sharp. We’re going waaayyy back today to the origins of Bee Sharp. Imagine a little girl at the breakfast table as her dad leaves for work… Now you’re in the
I’m asking YOU. Can you do it? Can you give yourself permission to: relax? step away from a messy house? take time for you to rejuvenate? be angry with someone you love? grieve? take a nap? say no to a worthy request? ask for help? make your needs known? In my travels across the country
How do you know if you’re happy? How do you know if you’ve grown up? How do you know that you’ve given all you can give? My momma used to joke at times saying, “I can’t know that.” I’ve adopted this phrase most recently saying it in conjunction with things I don’t desire to know.
Have you ever felt so passionate about something you just have to do it? It could be a hobby, a side venture, or if you’re fortunate, your job. Whatever it is, when you’re doing it time disappears. You could work at this activity for hours and not even realize how much time has passed. Some
I picked up this quote from thinkexist.com. It resonated loud and clear with me on this beautiful Friday afternoon. So I ask you, “What did you teach this week?” Did you teach patience, understanding, joy of learning, beauty of questioning, desire to conquer? Or, did you teach frustration, stress, anxiety, overwhelm, surface learning? Reflect for