Resolve 2013 Continues With Linda Mercury’s Quick Bliss Tips
Linda Mercury left behind a varied career as a librarian, art model, and professional clown to pursue writing. She’s interested in writing, romance, Middle Eastern History, reading, organizing, cooking, hand-made silk Turkish rugs, and the Nike of Samothrace.
I’ve always loved Linda’s bio. Doesn’t being a professional clown sound like the finest definition of bliss? Please help me welcome Linda as she shares her hints for finding bliss.
I came late to my bliss. And I still manage to mislay it amongst my to-do lists and addiction to worry. Therefore, I had to come up with Quick Bliss Tips just to get by. Here are a few I keep in a notebook near my desk.
- Life is an experiment. It is okay if what you like changes.
- Don’t be afraid of letting something go to make room for a bigger bliss.
- Invite pleasure into my world. Not just the pleasure of romantic love, but also things that delight the senses, such as music, scent, a nice clacky keyboard under my fingers, or well-fitting headphones.
- Buy new undies that do not itch, pinch, or scratch. It is hard to feel relaxed when your tender parts are uncomfortable.
- Dance! Stand up from that desk, move away from the stove, and rediscover, every day, the beauty of your body, which is both the temple and vehicle of your bliss.
- Hang in there!
I hope this helps you, too.
You can find her at: her Blog, Facebook, Twitter. And don’t forget to support your local authors by becoming a “fan” on Goodreads. In the meantime visit Paty Jager’s blog where the talk is all about volunteering.
Posted on January 4, 2013, in guest post, Susan Lute and tagged art model, clown, cooking, Dracula, Dracula Unleashed, Dracula's Desires, Dracula's Secret, finding bliss, librarian, Linda Mercury, Middle Eastern History, New Year's resolutions, organizing, reading, resolutions, Resolve 2013, romance, See Jane Publish, Susan Lute, Turkish rugs, writing. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.