# Life coach
Making your Bucket list: taking the Bull, off your list.
It's uncertain where the term Bucket List came from, some say it's derived from the term "kick the bucket". Suggesting things you want to do before you die. Over the last few years the bucket list has taken on a new life, now largely thought to be life goals.
Learn how to become "the one" with Melanie of Wild Heart Life
So many of us need a little guidance sometimes when it comes to matters of the heart. That's where Melanie Verstraete comes in.... She is there to help you get through some of the things you have been carrying around with you and helps us learn how to be "the one" for ourselves so we can attract the one in the future. Melanie works in multiple ways including in person and also in online sessions. She also has a podcast where she unpacks and unlocks a lot of her secrets from working with clients. To learn more and work with Melanie check out her website: <a href="https://thewildheartlife.com">https://thewildheartlife.com</a>/
Focus on New Year’s Mantras and Not Resolutions
Sitting here cozy, relaxed, and binge watching streaming movies for more than half the day, the blasts of fireworks going off outside my bedroom window make it more indicative that the new year will be upon us in less than four hours (US Central Standard Time). The past 364 days have been riddled with hope, surprise, sadness, joy, and unfortunately bittersweet memories for some. As the clock counts down for the ending of year 2021, many have made mental notes or jotted down handwritten sentences declaring their New Year’s resolutions for 2022.
Patience, the Hardest Virtue
Venn Diagram of Persistence & Patience Means GrowthSamson Vowles. Patience has been the most profound and resilient virtue to live by. Patience has been the force and guide preventing many bad choices, preventing impetuous decisions, and preventing callous mistakes. With meditation and spiritual awakening comes patience and inner peace. This virtue was pointed out to me by family, by friends, and by coworkers past and present when I would have never recognized it in myself. No one says, “I am patient”, the same as no one should ever describe themselves by saying, “I am smart. I am intelligent”. Others see that value/virtue in you. Consider it self-absorbent to consider that quality on your own.