The Easy Place

The Quest for Self Awareness One Moment at a Time

About

We choose the texture of our lives. We alone create each of our wonderful and not so wonderful moments. We decide if today will be a good day or a bad day, a hard day or an easy day.

The Easy Place is about choosing actions and reactions that help us stay grounded and calm. It’s about growing our self-awareness, about loving ourselves the way we are right now, and about giving voice to our uniqueness. It’s about becoming stronger, braver and more confident.

Thanks for visiting The Easy Place. I invite you to join the conversation, to share your challenges and successes and contribute your unique perspective.

 

9 responses to “About

  1. sophiashouse March 22, 2010 at 9:11 am

    Melinda,
    Would love to talk with you about doing an interview for my blog….but can’t find your email! Will you email me at tara@mohrcoaching.com?
    Tara

  2. Foible Gal April 13, 2010 at 12:49 pm

    Hi Melinda,

    I accidentally came across your blog and got taken in and so I thought I would introduce myself…I connected with your piece on not fitting in at times….and enjoyed your take. I started my blog not to long ago based a lot on my feelings of not always fitting in, if you do have a chance to pop in to my blog….here

    http://foiblesandflaws.wordpress.com/

    in my pages on the side I wrote about Something Sour at this Baby Shower, that was me! I am happily married and we decided not to have children, instead I am taking care of my elderly mother and still feel like I don’t fit in.

    I’m trying to cope with these challenges through humor, tyring is the operative word……………

    I will check out your other headings Zen Habits and maybe we can mutually advertise each other’s blogs?

    It was nice visiting with you.

    Sincerely,
    Wendy

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  4. Joanie August 23, 2010 at 2:39 pm

    Hi Mindy, Just wanted to say hi & I enjoy reading your blog very much; Unc Rog & I send you our Love…. xoxox, J

  5. Boris Cooper September 26, 2010 at 3:13 am

    I accidentally came across your blog and got taken in and so I thought I would introduce myself…I connected with your piece on not fitting in at times….and enjoyed your take. I started my blog not to long ago based a lot on my feelings of not always fitting in, if you do have a chance to pop in to my blog….here
    +1

    • Melinda September 28, 2010 at 10:34 am

      Hi Boris,

      Thanks for your comments! Your link to your blog didn’t come over – there’s a place to add it under your name when you are writing the comment – why don’t you give it another try?

      Melinda

  6. CT March 11, 2012 at 9:28 am

    I love this blog. I know I love it because I’ve spent the last few hours on it and am now feeling compelled to write my first blog comment ever. You’re very enlightening concepts reminded me about a book I was inspired by and I thought you might want to check it out: Winning Through Enlightenment by Ron Smothermon. It is out of print but I’ve bought used copies online for around $5. Please keep up the enthusiasm, you are helping so many people enjoy their life!

    CT

  7. Renata Dmytrasz August 2, 2015 at 7:30 am

    I came across this blog after reading your INFJ coaching tips – your words are so helpful and I wanted you to know that you truly are helping others and raising the vibration of this world. I’ve never really understood why I reacted so emotionally to certain situations and how to overcome feeling so irritated at certain things/people. When I finally took the personality tests and find out I’m an INFJ, It’s like the world made sense for the first time, even though everything I was reading about INFJ was so recognizable for me. Creating a tool kit and coaching exercises and advice is SO VITAL for myself and other INFJ’s, so thank you thank you thank you thank you for giving of yourself and putting your words out there!!!

    • Anonymous August 2, 2015 at 2:16 pm

      Thanks so much, Renata. I haven’t written for either of the sites for a couple of years so what you said really felt sweet. I’m so happy that what I wrote is helpful to you, I know how difficult it can be to be an INFJ in our society.

      <3 Melinda

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