Jun 13 2018

You Won’t Know if you Don’t Try

posted by Nancy Milton in Book Review, Living Fundamentals, Self Help

When my boys were babies and I was toying with going back to out-of-the-house work, I took on non-fictional reading.  I thought it would help get my head back into the work game. It’s not something I was ever strong in; much preferring the fictional, let me lose myself in a great story reading. Over

Jun 5 2018

What I learned from The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin

posted by Nancy Milton in Communication, Self Help

Eureka! The first time I have EVER used this word. Yes, it’s true. This is the first time I have ever said or typed the word Eureka. Let me amuse you with what has caused it!   I recently borrowed The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin after Tim Ferriss recommended it in a blog.  Gretchen has

May 23 2018

Radical Remission

posted by Nancy Milton in Self Help

Many families have been touched by cancer. Both my parents have had cancer, and my father died from it. I have a friend with brain cancer.  He was given 18 months to live and has instead had 6+ years.  He recommended I read the bestseller Radical Remission by Kelly Turner.  It’s an interesting & easy

May 8 2018

I am Worthy of Love and Belonging

posted by Nancy Milton in Living Fundamentals, Self Help

About every 6 months I watch Brene Brown’s Ted Talk on vulnerability.  Interesting how much of it I am close to reciting by heart, yet how much I get from it with every viewing.  Today’s Brene gift to all of us: As I continue to learn how to live wholeheartedly and give self kindess and

May 1 2018

Looking to build confidence

posted by Nancy Milton in Living Fundamentals, Self Help

Looking to build your confidence?   Earlier this year, Mathew Jones wrote the article All Extremely Confident people give up these 13 Habits. In the article he provides a list of these 13 habits and a brief description of each, as well as a solid lead up to the 13 habits that speaks to the