So have you done it? Did you start creating your 2020 vision? I know I know, things get in the way. There’s work and kids and the car needs to be washed. But really…you can do this. When last we met I suggested writing about your ideal life, but maybe words aren’t your thing. MaybeContinue reading “Creating Your 2020 Vision”
New Years Resolutions? Come along with me and try Vision.
Are you a lister? You know who you are. You LOVE to write lists!! Lists of to dos! Lists of books to read, sites to check out, places to visit and household purchases to complete. There are numbers to track, passwords to document and calls to make. Listers can write lists ad infinitum I’m aContinue reading “Listers Gotta List”
We live in a crazy world. I doubt there are many who would deny it. Maybe we learn to ignore the madness , or pass it off as just the way things are. It can be overwhelming at times watching the news or reading the local paper. But each one of us contributes toContinue reading “The “Soul” of Integrity”
We all have done it! Gotten a terrible start to our day. It seems to follow us around for all our waking hours, creating anxiety, headaches, mistakes and maybe even a shorter fuse. A variety of causes contribute to our bad start. Maybe we slept until the last possible minute or worse , never reallyContinue reading “5 Habits to Improve Your Day”
The Ultimate Makeover: From the Inside Out It happens every new year. I get the urge to do “better.” I’m going to lose weight, quit wearing yoga pants, put makeup on everyday and be one of those “put together” people. You know who I’m talking about. The people who you run into at the groceryContinue reading
Welcome to my world. The world of Byrdology. Let me introduce myself. My name is Debbie Byrd and I am so happy you have stumbled into my little corner of the internet. I look forward to getting to know you and hope that you will stick around and get to know me. We are goingContinue reading “Welcome to My World”
Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton