Sensational 60’s

by Angela Mozelle on June 21, 2017

Happy June. I have been celebrating my 60th year on planet earth since June 1st.  It has been wonderful.  Friends, family, clients, networking associates, and friends of friends have joined with me in the celebrations.  The cards, the calls, the gifts, smiles and warm greetings have touched me so deeply.  The celebrations have included cruises, concerts, lots of food and such special times.  Gratitude has taking on a new meaning.  My understand is enhanced.

The joy and warmth I have felt over the past couple of weeks is the joy and contentment I share with my family, friends and clients. Everyone deserves to feels special.  I have been reminded of that feeling. Thank you.

As we move on to more of summer.  I encourage you to take time for yourself.  No one is more deserving.  Life happens so quickly.  It was not so long ago, I was celebrating the fabulous 50’s.

My Sensational 60’s is including more time focusing on prioritizing more of what really works for me — boundaries, timeouts, self-care, breaks, just-being, meditation, exercise, travel, healthy choices in food, relationships and life.

As these focal points become more consistent and more persistent, life will unfold and manifest more magnificently. There will be more time for us to work together to make our desires our realities as we become more creative to realize our actualities.

Thank you for being a part of this journey with me.  Let’s do this together.

Joy and light,

Angela

 

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Family Matters

by Angela Mozelle on May 23, 2017

Spending time with loved ones matters.  I recently spent a few days with my aunt who is almost 82  and uncle who will be 90 in the summer.  So many memories were shared.  There was the feeling of love and compassion.  Excitement filled the air. We were all up later than we should have been and earlier than I think they usually rise.

We sat and talked about summer visits during my childhood.  We looked over the many photo albums she has stored with pictures of relatives known and unknown.  There were tears of joy and sadness.  My only male cousin — her son, who was murdered 10 years ago still brings up sadness for her.  There were photos from amusement parks, birthday celebrations, births, reunions, weddings and so much more. He was in many of those photos with a handsome smile.

They are both very active.  We went to her weekly line dancing class.  Others were following her lead and stopping between the dances for water breaks.  She stayed on the floor for the entire class and was not winded.  We had taken a two mile walk earlier in the day before the class.

This week they will be attending and participating the closing ceremony for the senior games.  They have at least 10 awards between the two of them.  Their choir will be singing for this event. They living their lives the golden way.

I can not imagine how much this visit meant to all of us.  Before it was time for me to leave, they told me how much they enjoyed my visit and how happy they were that I had taken the time to come to visit with them.

Indeed I feel I am really the beneficiary from this visit.  If you have family members you haven’t seen recently and you are able to visit them, take the time to visit.  If you are not able to visit, give them a call. At least send a card.

Personal touch means so much. We all need it.

 

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Self Talk

by Angela Mozelle on May 1, 2017

During a recent shopping trip, I passed a lady shopping for the perfect greeting card for a friend.  She was thinking out loud.  Realizing I was near and probably heard her #self talk, she apologized for talking to herself.  We both smiled and I commented, she was most likely the best person to talk to.

Most of us have monologues with ourselves.  What did I do with my keys?  What time am I supposed to be there?  When was the last time I wore this? These one-sided conversations have become rather normal.

Sometimes we are less than positive with our banter. “I always miss the turn;  I should not wear this;  I can’t believe this traffic;How could I forget ….

Let’s continue with our self talk.  Let’s do it more often.  Let’s make it positive.  I am grateful.  It is all working out favorably.  I can laugh at this.  I can do this.

When our self talk is positive,  we feel better about what we are going to and what we are going through. Next time someone unexpectedly catches you right in the middle of your self talk, continue your conversation with the greatest listener you know and greet that person knowing that they also understand the creation of a great conversation with self.

Go out and have yourself a wonderful day knowing that you are loved, brilliant and a great self motivator.

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The Talk

by Angela Mozelle March 29, 2017 General Info

Do you remember having the “talk”?  It could have been the first day of school, your first car, that first date, leaving for college, getting engaged, divorced or returning to your parents’ home. Two of the most dreaded “talks” that come to mind for our gracefully aging population are realizing our parents are no longer able […]

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