There’s something about the energy of a place where everyone sees time and ambition differently. Things naturally slow down. There’s nothing to prove. Tomorrow is actually another day…and it’s okay to continue what you started tomorrow. I love learning to breathe.
Change your perspective about winter. Two things always bothered me about winter. One was that it got dark earlier, making me feel stifled because it was unsafe for women to walk alone on campus. The other was the feeling of wanting to stay inside permanently and not face the harsh winds that often went well below zero.
Many people dream of quitting their jobs to leave corporate and following their dreams. Often, that includes moving to some tropical paradise, just like Joel and I did. Truth is, while it works for some, it may not be for everyone.
Food…what a love hate relationship we seem to have with it. And it’s not just with anorexia, bulimia or binge eating. It’s America in general. We love our food and no one better tell us what or how to eat. And yet, we’re being told all the time.
For the past 10 years, I have been studying and getting certified in a variety of energy medicine and energy healing techniques. I began my journey with EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) or tapping and progressed from there to studying Energy Medicine with Donna Eden,
There’s something scary about drugs that concerns a growing number of physicians and should wobble the knees of every patient on the planet. It’s obvious to any mathematician but somehow has escaped the general scrutiny of the health industry. It has to do with combining meds…
Can a person leave the typical American “time is money” culture and adjust to island time? This has been my recent exploration after finding myself feeling stressed on a recent lunch time hike.
I had the opportunity to see Byron Katie live several years ago, and was intrigued by the way she addressed how our thoughts sabotage us. I really loved Byron Katie’s approach of questioning our thoughts — especially those that don’t serve us.
Lately, several people I know have been talking about sleep – or lack thereof. I can definitely identify because I’ve been very sleep deprived for much of my life and understand when sleep is elusive.
When I first started out in my recovery, there was very little information about what happens to the body in recovery and how to spot the stages of imbalance. I found many people with experience in healthcare for eating disorders didn’t know how to guide me on what my body might go through.
Have you ever felt bottled up inside? Maybe when you were a guest at someone’s home, had guests at your home – or possibly at work, with your friends or even with a significant other?