“Living Life In Limbo”

I don’t know about you but I feel as though my life is in limbo. The world has changed overnight and it’s filled with uncertainty. Our lives seem to be anything but normal, but we can try and decide what our new normal life is for right now…we don’t have to stay “living in limbo.”

Wishing you love and light,

~Anne Dennish~

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“Anxiety and COVID-19”

We’re all experiencing some amount of anxiety throughout this terrible virus. I’m going through it, too, and wanted you to know that you’re not alone.

Take a listen.

Wishing you love and light,

~Anne Dennish~

Bedtime Stories – Episode 1

Anxiety is running high these days and with good reason. In an effort to help you stay calm, as well as myself, I will be doing “Bedtime Stories” with Anne Dennish each night at 8 pm, EST. I will be reading stories from my books that are positive and uplifting in an attempt to help you clear out all the negative thoughts from your mind before you go to sleep. It’s just my way of trying to help others, including myself, stay calm and get a good night’s sleep and it’s what I can do while in the confines of my house.

It’s so important that we have a good night’s sleep during this time and I know for myself, a calming meditation or soothing voice helps. These are the times we need to turn off all the negative news of the day so that we can sleep peacefully and wake up well rested to face another day of quarantine and of COVID-19 news.

I hope this helps.

You’re all in my thoughts and prayers.

Stay calm. Stay safe. Stay home.

It’s a good thing.

Wishing you love, light, and sweet dreams,

~Anne Dennish~

“What Day Is It?”

The “new normal” of life from COVID-19 is certainly challenging. I keep thinking: “What day is it? What time is it? What’s happening to me?”

We have to find some humor in all the insanity going on around us. Take a listen…

Stay calm. Stay safe. Stay home.

It’s a good thing.

Wishing you love and light,

~Anne Dennish~

“Finding Your Strength During The Coronavirus”

I wrote a story in my latest book, “Each Breath Along The Journey” called “Moment’s In Life.” In it I write about the importance of turning off the world during crazy times so that you can find your strength to turn it back on. How true that is right now!

Take a listen.

“Sometimes you have to turn the world off to find the strength you need to turn it back on.”

Stay calm. Stay safe. Stay home.

It’s a good thing.

Wishing you love and light

~Anne Dennish~

(You can find “Each Breath Along The Journey,” as well as my other two books, “Waking Up: Lessons Learned Through My Adventures With Life and Breast Cancer” and “My Collective Soul: Things I Know Without Knowing Why” on Amazon.com. All books are available on Kindle.)

 

 

 

“Taken For Granted”

I’ve been home and in my house for almost two weeks now, and I will say this, I’ve had a lot of time to think about so many things.

The main thing I was thinking about was all the things that I’ve taken for granted.

I always complained about how much I disliked going to the food store. I’ll never say it again because I miss being able to go.

I  sometimes felt that it was easier to reach out to someone by phone or text than try and meet somewhere in person. I’ll never feel that way again because I miss hugs, handshakes and being out in public.

I thought that everyone took kindness and compassion for granted but I don’t think that anymore because I’ve seen a State, a Country and the World show amazing examples of those qualities.

So many things that we all took for granted that I am sure will NEVER be taken for granted again. 

The world is a different place right now and we’re all living in a “new normal,” yet I think that is a good thing, especially if it’s taught us all how precious life is and how much of the “little things” we took for granted. 

Maybe, just maybe, we will all come through this a little different and a lot better. 

Maybe, just maybe, the entire world will, too.

It’s a good thing.

Stay calm. Stay safe. Stay home.

Wishing you love and light,

~Anne Dennish~

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“Tips To Stay Calm During Social Distancing”

We’re already into the second week of “social distancing” and there are some people experiencing anxiety and stress from this virus. I find myself feeling anxious at times, especially since I’ve been quarantined for two weeks now, but I do have some tips that can help you to stay calm.

Right now we’re living in the “new normal” until this virus is under control and wiped out. Until then, do what you can to take care of yourself.

Take a listen to my video…I hope it helps.

Stay calm. Stay safe. Stay home.

Wishing you love and light,

~Anne Dennish~

“Day 3 Of Social Distancing”

Let’s do our part together to “flatten the curve.”

Stay calm. Stay safe. Stay home.

It’s a good thing.

Wishing you love and light,

~Anne Dennish~

“Week Two of Social Distancing”

We’re on the second week of “social distancing.” How are you holding up?

Stay calm, stay safe and stay home. It’s time we do our part to save the world and the people in it!

It’s a good thing.

Wishing you love and light,

~Anne Dennish~

“I Get By With A Little Help From My Friends”

As we all settle in for the next 15 days to help to stop the spread of COVID-19, it’s important that we stick together and are there for one another in whatever way that we can.

I will continue to share my posts with you and will be doing a LIVE video each day to check in with you. 

I am also letting you know that beginning tomorrow, March 18th, I will be here and available for anyone who needs to talk to help them through this time. I will be available by phone at 732-800-1012 between the hours of 10 am until 4 pm EST.  You can PM me if there is a specific time of day that you want me to set aside for you or just give a call when the spirit moves you! If you need an evening time let me know. I know I’M not going anywhere! LOL! 

Tensions and anxiety can run high during times like that and it’s important that we remain as calm as we can. If you’re having one of those moments or just feel like “checking in” with me, give a call! 

We’re all going to get through this and now, more than ever, we need to believe that “we’ll get by with a little help from our friends!”

Because we will.

Wishing you love and light,

~Anne Dennish~

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