All posts by: Jackie Trottmann

Robert and I enjoyed a much-needed retreat at one of our favorite places, The Timber Creek Retreat House. During our stay, founder and director Tom Jacobs shared this quote with...
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One exciting way to find joy and flow in your life is by being open to opportunities and people that come your way. One such opportunity came along as an...
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Have you been bitten by the perfection bug? I certainly have. Maybe it goes back to third grade when I had a couple of C’s on my report card and...
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“There’s no place like home,” said Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz, as she clicked her heels together. But what does it truly mean to come home? I started pondering...
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Have you ever stopped to think about the importance of a name, especially your own name? Were you named for a specific reason? I saw this video that someone posted...
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This blog is on Joy and Flow and living life with greater ease. But the truth is, you can’t experience Joy and Flow and you can’t be effective until you...
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Feeling stuck? As much as I aspire to live life with Joy and Flow, I feel stuck from time to time. When problems come up, when results aren’t happening fast...
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You may not think much about finding joy in small things when you have bigger goals in mind. Take the usual bucket list. It’s filled with grand goals such as:...
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This post will describe what is flow and how to have it in scientific and spiritual forms. When you hear the word flow, you may think in terms of an...
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How to find and hold onto joy starts with asking what your definition of joy is in the first place. If someone had asked me years ago if I had...
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