***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?
I am researching sleep this week as part of a project contract. I finished Dr. Rubin Naiman's book Healing Night and it really got me thinking about the hazards of our dream-deprived (REM state) sleep habits. Recent CDC reports indicate that over a third of U.S. adults receive less than the 7 hour minimum recommended by … Continue reading Outsourcing our dream-time?
This weekend I am reading a book that is related to the writing contract I have on the topic of sleep. I am still incredulous that the universe saw fit to send me paid work on a topic that fascinates me. I am embracing it, and really letting myself delve fully into the topic. I … Continue reading Healing Night
Lately I have been getting more regular and deeper sleep. I have made a commitment to allow my subconscious to work on things for me while I am in dreamland. It can be a very incredible thing to write down my dreams, and consider what they are telling me. Since I no longer use an … Continue reading Accessing your dreams
Hello Friends, It is Wednesday and this is a post to encourage you to get outside early in the day for some light. For those of us in Minnesota, we enjoyed a gloriously sunny day yesterday, a welcome change from the cloudy gloom of last week. I got out for a run, but a walk … Continue reading Wellness Wednesday – morning light baths
How often do you ask yourself the question in your life: What is essential? Or a variation: what is essential for me right now? I just listened to the audio book (and am re-listening, because it resonated so much) that many of you minimalists out there probably already know, called "Essentialism: the Disciplined Pursuit of Less" … Continue reading Wellness Wednesday – What is essential?