Autumn Resolutions

A simple book, filled with daily reflections, "Simple Abundance ~ A Daybook Of Comfort and Joy", offers some wisdom eloquently put to describe my love of September and the season of fall. She talks about in this entry how the swiftness of days turns into weeks that we hardly notice. "But when the leaves start … Continue reading Autumn Resolutions

Try This Free 8-Minute Meditation

We all know it’s good for us but we mostly put ourselves last when it comes to self-care. We all know it’s good for us but we mostly put ourselves last when it comes to self-care When you start meditating once a day, even for just a few minutes at a time, you’ll notice a … Continue reading Try This Free 8-Minute Meditation

84 Day Marathon

What came first the chicken or the egg. The good decision or exercise. Does regular activity help us make better decisions? First take note that I said activity rather than go to the gym, CrossFit, run 5k or cycle class or any other fad/trendy that tarnishes or brings a scowl to the value of being … Continue reading 84 Day Marathon

“Y” the “I”

As a teenager, I wasn't a rebel, much-as my children laugh. In understanding children and youth, I was however probably looking for some way to create originality. My family were immigrants, right off the boat. I can vividly remember my Dad chasing youngsters after incessant name calling; wap, dago, go back to your country. Sound … Continue reading “Y” the “I”

Stealth Superpowers And Maternal Fear

Once unlocked by fear, deep within each and everyone of us are powers to the like that you may have never seen before.  After all, when was the last time you were actually chased by a tiger. Typically the stress and fear we deal with (although can appear insurmountable) is of a low-ish grade nature.  … Continue reading Stealth Superpowers And Maternal Fear

The Inside Generation

I grew up in the "outside generation"; outside early enough the summers dew was still on the grass, building tents in the backyard with sheets, clothes pegs and lawn chairs, inside only long to eat lunch then back outside and of course the year round sign that it was time to come in was the … Continue reading The Inside Generation