My Most Popular Thoughts

Seana thinking

One of the great benefits of the technological era is the ability to “touch” people via the Internet. If you are reading this, you have found me via my website. I like blogging because this is the platform where I can explore topics in detail. At the same time, I also love posting tips, thoughts and laughs on Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter. [Note: if you wish, you can follow me on these platforms by clicking on the buttons on the right side of this page.]

The approach of a new season may be stirring you to think about your life, your goals, your desires and your plans. Hence, I decided to look back and see what some of my most popular thoughts have been.

I hope you find some inspiration!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Do any of these resonate with you?

35 thoughts on “My Most Popular Thoughts”

  1. Aw, Seana I love the way you think and truly enjoy following you here on your blog. So, thank you for continually sharing yourself, your point of view and your work’s mission here, as well 🙂

    1. What a sweet comment, Janine. I really appreciate that affirmation! I love being in relationship with all of my blogging friends. Hope you have a wonderful, productive and organized week:)

  2. I love these thoughts and especially the way you’ve presented them! As an amateur photographer, I’ve been trying to think of ways I can use my own photos in my business blog – you’ve sparked some exciting ideas!

    1. Yes, I’ve loved using my own photos (such as the one with the “twisty path” thought.) I’m not a photographer, but the smartphone cameras and editing options make even my meager attempts come out pretty well!

  3. The “waiting until you feel like it” quote is so true! And I love the visual of the lion, it’s so striking with the simple thought. Great eye candy and solid food for thought all around. 🙂

    1. I like the waiting one as well. Sometimes I do get “in the mood” to tackle a project, but usually I would just rather not do anything that I believe will be unpleasant. Funny thing is, once I start, I feel so much better!

  4. Wow! Love these – I couldn’t figure out which was my favorite as they were all awesome! Can’t wait to share and encourage others with your wonderful thoughts and insights!

    1. Thank you, Liana. I had so much fun putting them together. I realized that they really didn’t appear on the blog, and every now and then, it is nice to have a post that is more visual than “wordy.” I hope readers are inspired and encouraged in a world that can be challenging!

    1. I would love a pin, Sabrina. Thank you so much! The growth quote resonates deeply within me. I don’t want to simply do something differently, I want to move forward in a sustainable way. Even difficult experiences and failures bring growth, which isn’t ever wasted!

  5. So fun that you went back to select these gems. I also can see how much fun you must have had combining them with graphics! They are all wonderful quotes. Somehow the one that resonated most with me was, “Leave a space looking the way you like it.” I think about that not just in the context of space, but also with people and relationships. Lift people up, encourage them, be kind. Strengthen and appreciate those around you instead of creating chaos.

    1. I love this build on the idea of leaving it the way you like it. People matter more than objects, so it is a beautiful thought to leave a person better off because he/she encountered you! I am no photographer, but the wonderful smartphone cameras have made me more alert to scenes that I think might make a good background graphic. I had fun taking many of these:)

  6. Great wisdom reminders, Seana. I need to come and read these every day. I’m particularly fond of the gratitude reminder and that complaining takes as much energy as constructing. Amen!!

  7. Wow you have some really impressive quotes there! Like the easy way out being crowded!
    I love these reminders, and yes, you do “touch” people on the Internet for sure.

    1. I love the way we touch each other! I’ve learned a lot from all of my blogging friends, and it is my privilege to get to contribute to the lives of others. I do think that those who strike out on a difficult path tend to do so alone. Few people choose the challenge, hence the greater reward to those who persevere to victory!

    1. Well thank you, Geralin! Your sweet comment means so much to me:) I have enjoyed keeping an eye out for a great photo opportunity to go with some of he thoughts that go through my head. Sometimes a visual and a few words resonate more deeply than a long post!

    1. Thank you, Carolyn. I like having motivational visuals in my workspace. In fact, I find the laundry room wall turns out to be a great place for me to hang anything I want to be to see:)

    1. These were so fun to do. I’ve started taking notice of places and things that I think I could use a blog image or backdrop for a thought. Sometimes a few words and an image have more impact that a thousand word post, right?

  8. You always make me proud with your contributions in life ! All your thoughts resonate with me and inspire me today .

  9. Loved all of these! I especially like the one about complaining-a malady most of us suffer from. All are food for thought. It’s good to be reminded. loved the photos too.

    1. You are the first one to comment on the post about complaining. This can become a habit that drains productivity and undermines attempts to be joyful. We don’t often think of it as taking energy, but it really does. Thanks for the comment!

    1. Thanks, Rea! Sometimes a thought can linger in our minds and provide the motivation we need to take a risk or change a behavior. Good thoughts are definitely better than many of the negative messages we are bombarded by each day, right?

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