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
Vulnerability, Perspective, and Metta
Confession - I'm not always all bright and shiny. SHOCKER I know. I try to only post positive, but there is a reality that exists. You know, real life? I love Brene Brown. Do you know Brene Brown? The Queen of Vulnerability. She does this amazing TED talk on the Power of Vulnerability... have you seen… Continue reading Vulnerability, Perspective, and Metta
I just finished the most delicious new book. Outrageous Openness, by Tosha Silver. You must stop everything and pick it up. Audible or Reader version, either will work for this book, so download it, stop at a bookstore, whatever you must do. I attended the recent Hay House event "I Can Do It, Austin" and… Continue reading Outrageously Open
Love v. Fear – for the win
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
The Elusive Pursuit of Happiness
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
Live It. Get on the Court.
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.
This morning is a big day. A huge day. I thought to myself this morning "I've been on my feet all morning". .... Did you catch it? I almost didn't. I've been on my FEET all MORNING. Literally. It's 11am. I sat up at 8am to help my son set up a game of old… Continue reading Wishes Fulfilled
Overwhelming Joy and Gratitude
Sometimes you need to slow down and give your self a reality check. Be grateful for the simple abundances of life, the things that go right, the simple joys. I am so grateful that: I have had my last needle in the spine for the week. Yay! a friend I have only met once offered to… Continue reading Overwhelming Joy and Gratitude
Sunshine is the best medicine
It's kind of funny really. Although my mobility has been reduced to lying flat, (as in, no pillow flat) and my recovering brain only allows short spurts of thinking before a headache slows me down, I still make time for my rituals. I wake each morning, and the cool thing is, I've never had time… Continue reading Sunshine is the best medicine