There is powerful energy created when women with similar journeys and struggles connect and share stories with each other. It is a combination of relief and joy when we realize we are not alone. I witnessed this in my learning circle on Monday night, and I was inspired to consider how fascinating it is that … Continue reading Connecting women
Grocery shopping: Chance to practice mindfulness. Show Kindness to All. *** email@example.com
I found myself with a little extra time yesterday between commitments. I took advantage of the time to meditate for a bit. It got me wondering about "thought cascades" and the way in which our minds work. Thoughts appear during meditation, like bubbles. Jon Kabat-Zinn called them in one of his meditations "secretions of the … Continue reading Thought cascades
People have often recommended to me that I must try a bullet journal, if I truly want to keep myself organized. When I watched Ryder Carroll's You Tube video on why and how he created the bullet journal for himself, I definitely felt that "click" in my brain that tells me someone is speaking my … Continue reading Watch the Bullets – an experiment
***This edited blog was originally posted in February 2018*** When we get to February I always feel a surge of optimism. Spring is not so far away now, and those of us who get a little "cabin fever" this time of the year start noticing more light in the evenings. In February of 2017 I … Continue reading TBT – Do you have a few minutes?
If your New Year diet has already failed, it’s not your fault. This post explains why. via How are You Going to Eat for the Rest of Your Life? — Julie de Rohan I had to share this post because Julie speaks to many of the issues I have experienced in my past struggles with food … Continue reading Saturday Share – How are You Going to Eat for the Rest of Your Life? — Julie de Rohan