Isn’t it Time to Glue Your Life Back to Better?
Meet Suzi Fox
Everyone has a story filled with surprises, unexpected disappointments and sometimes lots of pain. If my story can help encourage you, I have fulfilled my purpose.
Things you probably don’t know about me: I have been on my own since I was 17 years old. I have looked death in the face twice (that I know of), once with a gun to my head and the second time during a 10-year battle with cancer.
I have had the privilege of being with people as they took their final breath and transitioned from planet earth. I am not afraid of death. It is a simple step from one dimension to another…
I have been homeless twice, losing everything I owned except my laptop, flip flops, shorts and a tee shirt. I discovered writing can be therapeutic, so some of these blogs came from those seasons of devastation. I was fortunate to have uncovered the truth that suffering is an option and we get to choose how we want to navigate the storms of life.
We never know what people have been through or what hell they may currently be enduring, so be kind to one another. It is my heart’s desire to encourage and empower others.
If you have a story to share, or just need a kind word, feel free to email me Suzi@GlueYourLifeBackToBetter.com
In case we never have the opportunity to meet, I just wanted you to know that I was here, and I mattered…
Glue Your Life Back to Better Blogs
Ah yes, those hallowed halls of hindrance, we’ve all walked them at some point in time. This is a walk seldom enjoyed that usually takes place when we are trying to make a positive change in life.
Have you ever had one of those days when things just were not going well? You know, the kind of day where you wish someone would give you a magic wand to make all the bad stuff cease so you could feel good again? Well, here are some tips that take 10 seconds to happiness!
It’s hard to even comprehend that just four weeks ago we were flying down a mountain at lightning speed as we were being evacuated. The fires were raging…
Life can be full of surprises. Those same surprises can become disappointments due to how we perceive them. Anxiety and excitement are two very similar emotions, but based on how we choose to view them, we can be fearful or we can embrace the element of the unknown.
It had been a busy week of meeting deadlines, preparing for a conference and packing when I felt an element of relief arriving at the airport. My mind had been spinning at 100 mph with not a lot of rest. I counted my blessings that our security check in line was not too long and due to lack of sleep, I was vaguely aware I set their alarms off three times…
They are all around us you know, those angels who appear in our lives at just the right time. My first encounter with such a creature was when my first daughter was only three months old. I was driving her in my car following her dad as we were about to move to a city we had never been to before.
Life is filled with events that sometimes leave us bewildered, like the time when your first boyfriend told you he loved you and you thought that meant forever. We are surrounded by those who are dragging through a life filled with disappointments.
One of the nights we had spent in the Red Cross shelter during the Sand Fires I had the opportunity to meet someone special. When I first saw this woman I knew I was in the presence of beauty and elegance.
We go through life collecting that which is important to us; photos of celebration, our children as they hit milestones, the trophies, the winning moments and the joy. But what happens when tragedy strikes and we have but 30 seconds to determine that which is truly important?