Posts Categorized: Inner Peace

INNER PEACE: Being with "Uncertainty"

When it comes to maximizing one’s “inner peace quotient,” it’s essential to learn how to “be with” those aspects of life which are most challenging. We must learn to “be with” disappointing others, being judged, imperfection, chaos, another rejecting us, a lengthy to-do list, unmet goals, unconsciousness, weakness, time, mistakes, suffering and UNCERTAINTY. Most human… Read more »

9 Ways Social Media is Good for Your INNER PEACE

The buzz is on. Social media is hip, it’s happening, it’s NOW. CNN, Oprah and even the President of the United States is integrating social media, such as Twitter and Facebook, into their businesses. Facebook has 175 million users, ranking in as the #1 Social Media site. Twitter’s total membership is around 6 million with… Read more »


INNER PEACE happens in the present moment. Most people spend their time fretting about the past OR worrying about the future. Do you know anyone like this? We live in a fast-paced world, and the concept of slowing down and appreciating each moment may seem like a waste of time. However, it is in the… Read more »

Inner Peace and PMS

What? Inner Peace and PMS!!! Those two sets of words and letters don’t typically go together!! For nearly my entire life, I’ve flat out denied the phenomena of Pre-Menstrual Syndrome. Or shall we just call it, the beloved (or is it wretched) PMS? For decades, I colluded with the male population saying, “It’s simply in… Read more »

Everyday Inner Peace: It’s not about PERFECTION

One of the first and most important principles to recognize on your path of everyday inner peace, is this: “Right here, right now, give up the idea of perfection.” Seriously. Ironically, striving for inner peace — 100% of the time — is a surefire way to experience unnecessary stress and suffering. I know this first… Read more »

What is Everyday Inner Peace?

When you think of “inner peace,” I bet you’re a lot like me, and you imagine the quiet stillness of meditation, spending time in nature or relaxing in the evenings or on weekends? Isn’t inner peace generally associated with a passive state-of-being, and not so much the A – C – T – I –… Read more »

Zen and the Art of Tax Season

Tax season and inner peace don’t seem like they go together. Unfortunately, for most CPA’s they don’t go together at all. Tax season and stress are just the way of life. But, not for all. John Mathias approaches his life and his tax season differently. And, he recently took some pointers from his dog Luna…. Read more »