I use Facebook much differently than many people. The cool thing about FB is that it is smart and figures out what you look at, and brings more of that. I used to pay attention to the drama of people I knew decades ago, or the endless pictures of kids (which I still do) but… Continue reading 5 items to add to your Facebook Feed
aH homeschooling. Wowzers. Talk about brining your "A" game every day. Being your best, your brightest, your most tuned in. Let's face it, in the corporate world there are days you can skate (particularly higher up the ladder). If you're not feeling well, or hungover, or fighting some personal demon you can close your door… Continue reading Yoga and Superheroes
One year ago today, I was in a car accident. For the last 365 days my husband has tirelessly supported us in so many ways. He has physically held me up during the never ending dizzy spells, held my hand during a hundred appointments, and paced waiting rooms during a dozen procedures. He managed all… Continue reading Perspective and Gratitude, a year later…
Today, has been a particularly hard day. I don't think we've had more than 4 hours of sleep a night since the Super Moon started messing with us. Our kids are so sensitive to the moon. Any big moon is sure to send us out of control for a day or two, but this one… Continue reading Falling in Love with Abundance
Sooooooo, I'm nearly at the 11 month mark since the car accident. 11 months. I've spent the 36th year of my life on bedrest, and in hospitals, and in indescribable pain. Wow, what a journey. I've learned some valuable lessons, OK that's the understatement of the century. Each day is hard. It's hard to wake… Continue reading Be the light, find the magic
I've been doing a lot of thinking lately about the power of love over fear. As someone that has spent a good deal of my adult life working in Marketing and Advertising, it always stops me dead in my tracks when I see an interesting new marketing strategy. I stop, contemplate, assess, and my statistical… Continue reading Love v. Fear – for the win
Does anyone else notice the interesting phenomenon in the world right now of searching for HAPPINESS? There are new books and online "challenges" seemingly released every week regarding the science of happiness. The Happiness Project. Delivering Happiness. Finding Happiness. 100 Days of Happiness. Radical Change and Unlimited Happiness. There are courses from online institutions, Hay House… Continue reading The Elusive Pursuit of Happiness
I was thinking the other day about what I miss most about life outside of the home. I mean, I can go outside now, I have a futon on the back porch so I get fresh air and sunshine (which is HEAVENLY mind you). We have a yard full of trees, so I get the breeze… Continue reading Live It. Get on the Court.
My next procedure is scheduled for January 14. I will be in the hospital for 5-7 days without standing. No standing up.. period. Yeah, I always wanted THAT particular experience. Sooo not on my bucket list to live with a bed pan for 7 days. However, just think of all the weight I will lose… Continue reading Eating Greens, Detoxing, and Preparations
There are two things that seem to always guide my direction. 1) will it enhance or encourage optimal health for my kiddos? 2) does it help fuel and direct my lifestyle dreams. What guides you? Really, it's an important question. Especially since not so long ago I realized that I was guided by what an… Continue reading What is important?