Something to SEA: Rainy Day Clicks for 3/19/2016

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Hello, friends on the day before spring arrives, and it might arrive here in the northeast with a wintery furor!  As of press time, the forecast is between 0 and 60 inches of snow sometime between late tonight and Monday.  At least whatever falls should melt quickly. It’s been an eye-opener of a week in many ways for me.  I’m more confident in my writing, but less confident in my health as this lupus/fibromyalgia flare just won’t quit.  It’s got me feeling very defeated right now, and the only remedy is rest.  If it doesn’t let up, I will really need to reexamine my life and my priorities, but I’m holding onto hope that the pain and fatigue will hopefully decrease soon.

Here are some interesting links from the week that I’ve saved…and of course, there are more than the usual links to things relating to Ireland, most provided by the cosmos and by one of my favorite strong spirits (the compass is pointing there, and all signs point to GO!).  Here’s hoping you’ll find something you enjoy!

Oprah & Deepak’s 21-Day Meditation Experience, Shedding the Weight: Mind, Body and Spirit! starts on Monday! Join me for a wonderful experience!

Fear is Boring, and Other Tips for Living a Creative Life – by Elizabeth Gilbert and recommended by Austin Kleon

Set Your Ideas Free – by Holstee

The Most Important Day of Your Life – by Jeff Goins

Thank You Ireland, For All The Words – by Elizabeth Gilbert

13 Irish Writers to Read This St. Patrick’s Day – a few days late but some great reads here

32 Beautiful Reasons to Visit Ireland – like I needed even 1 more reason?

Ireland’s Enya on How Life By the Sea Influenced Her Music – yeah, yeah!

How Much Does It Cost to Visit Every Country In The World – by Chris Guillebeau

Be a Rainbow in Someone’s Cloud – by Maya Angelou. The 2 minute video is worth every second.

Guess Which Dog Has Never Seen the Ocean Before?  This will make you smile.

and finally,

Don’t forget to enter my free giveaway!  See yesterday’s post about my giveaway and the release of Jersey Shore Magazine’s Spring 2016 issue here.

Weekly Clicks will be taking a hiatus next weekend as we will be at Del Boca Vista-Phase 2 for Easter week, and I’m sure I will return with many snippets of life that should be in a Seinfeld episode.

Enjoy enjoy and Happy Easter!

Until next time,


PS: In case you missed it, the Spring 2016 issue of Jersey Shore Magazine was released…I wrote 5 articles and provided a lot of editorial work for the issue.  Click anywhere here to check it out.  Thanks!





Sea My Tribute to Dr. Wayne Dyer

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Six months ago, if you had asked me who Dr. Wayne Dyer was, I wouldn’t have known.

Today, I am saddened to hear of his passing.

I haven’t read his books.  I haven’t listen to his talks or lectures.  And I do not follow him on social media.

However, as I have been learning more about myself this year, there are two quotes that have been very influential in how I perceive myself.  Both quotes are from Dr. Wayne Dyer.

The first is, “Begin to see yourself as a soul with a body, rather than a body with a soul.”  The day I read that was the day that I changed my thinking about how I saw myself.  I have never felt comfortable in my own skin, but looking at my body as the vessel for my soul really made me feel more at ease.  It’s my soul that matters, not my body, and finally I can look at myself with confidence and acceptance.  My soul finally feels at home.

The second quote is, “You are not stuck where you are unless you decide to be.”  While I have felt “stuck” for a long time, I have realized over the past few months that I am in continual process of learning who I am.  And it’s been a very rewarding and beneficial journey so far.

Thanks to Dr. Wayne Dyer and his words of inspiration, I sit here today sharing my thoughts and experiences with you.  SoulSEAker is a real entity, and I am navigating it’s journey.

For more words of wisdom by Dr. Wayne Dyer, please click this link.

My sincerest condolences to Dr. Wayne Dyer’s family and friends during this difficult time.

Until next time,