Just one day after reporter Alison Parker was killed on Live TV, I listen to her boyfriend Chris Hurst bravely stand in front of the camera to speak about who she was and the wonderful life he shared with her over the last 9 months. He said that they did so many things together during this time, enjoying experiences, taking pictures, creating memories. And he was so grateful, in all his pain, to still have this. He stressed that just as they did together, we should all remember to do the same in our lives with our loved ones -- "Celebrate it, Enjoy it, Document it, Share it."
Today & Everyday: Don't delay another moment. Get out there with whoever you're lucky enough to have in your life -- a friend, a spouse, a parent, a child...and Celebrate it, Enjoy it, Document it, Share it!
Rainy day in the middle of summer. It looks dreary and messy out there, doesn't it? Kind of makes you want to stay home curled up on the couch. Call in sick. Avoid the day.
But EveryDay is a gift. No matter how happy or sad it looks out there, it's a new day. And it's all yours. Make the most of it in whatever way you can.
Steer clear of all the negative talk about what an 'inconvenient' day it will be in the rain. Because if that's where your focus is, that's exactly the kind of day you'll get. Adjust your view, and make a different choice: Be ok with it. Maybe even have some fun with it! Put on your rain boots & jump in the puddles! Go for it!
To reach your maximum potential, everything in your life must be aligned around it. That means getting the very basics in order first: creating a regular schedule and taking better care of yourself. Start there. Start today. Move forward. Get to be Great. Today & EveryDay.
There are many things to be grateful for in life, including the seemingly simple idea of just being "Safe & Sound."
Today & EveryDay: Be thankful you woke up in your bed in the morning Safe & Sound. Be thankful you made it home from a late night out Safe & Sound. Be thankful you are here in the world alive Safe & Sound.
Have you ever noticed the Health app on your iPhone? It gives you a dashboard of all your health & fitness data. It has pretty cool features that let you track your daily steps, calories, miles walked, etc.
But the feature that's probably the most important, is the one you likely didn't know about -- the Medical ID. In a few easy steps, you can plug in health information that can be vital in case of emergency. For details on step-by-step set up, click here.