The past week or so has been kinda “blah” on the energy front… It happens to us all. And it can happen for a looooooong time if we let it. The choice is ours to make sure a fluke in mentality doesn’t become a full-on-funk.

I am grateful for great books that help switch my mental state to a positive one!

I am grateful for great music that makes my heart bounce, and my energy flow!

I am grateful for amazing friends and family that make my soul shine!

I am grateful for nature and immersing myself in it (whether that be for a minute or 60+) has a way to re-energize and revitalize.

I am grateful for all these things/people that are within inches from me at any given time, all I have to do is reach out and let them in :)!



This week, I have had quite a few patients hug me. A couple of patients came in, not even to get treated, but just to give myself and my awesome staff hugs. I am so grateful for what I get to do, and the fact that our patient’s lives change so much through Chiropractic that they just want to hug us to show their appreciation… that’s pretty dang AMAZING!!hugs

Family’s Back!

Sheri and Isaac were at a Boy Scout camping trip Sunday-last night. Payton had spent the night at Sheri’s parents and then at a friend’s house Sunday/Monday. I am so grateful to have my whole family back! We head out to the Lake of the Ozarks for a long 4th of July weekend beginning Friday and I am just so thankful to have everyone together and to head on another adventure soon! (Sheri dubbed this the “summer of adventure” and so far it is living up to its moniker.)

Three things 

I am so grateful for levity on the path of inspiration!

I am grateful for Isaac! It is his last day today at school and his best friend is moving to Golden. He is sad,  but he made himself happy today, did some affirmations on our walk to school and he is ready for an amazing day! I am so proud of his soul!

Payton has his last day of 6th grade today and he is getting an award at lunch! (We also found out he will be in 8th grad honors math next year!) He is such an intelligent and caring young man and I am so lucky to be his father!


The last book I read and the book I am currently reading discuss the power of habits, both positive and negative. I am truly grateful for the habits that have gotten me to where I am in life and I am also grateful for knowing I need to change some habits to go further. I am even more grateful for knowing that changing habits is a definite possibility (with some effort of course ;)!

Grow and Evolve

I am grateful for opportunities to grow and evolve in all realms of life.

Last night, I watched a webinar (2 hours) on evolving my doctor’s notes and software to become more compliant, streamlined and beneficial for the patient. I know that if I hold on to stability too hard (in any area of my life), I am basically hoping to be a stone… stones don’t grow 🙂

At first changes can seam daunting but I am grateful for opportunities to grow!