I have never pretended to be the outdoor type. My husband, on the other hand, IS. I recently became brave and asked him if he'd like to try snowshoeing with me. He agreed, so we both got some shiny new snowshoes for Christmas. In November. It took a while before we had some snow (and … Continue reading Trying snowshoeing
We the PEOPLE’S New World Vision
I had the entire day--the entire weekend, actually--all planned out and then when I awoke this morning, I didn't feel right. Nothing really specific, just sort of 'off'. I started the day with some yoga, hoping it would bring me out of it, but afterward I felt the same. I continued to get ready for … Continue reading We the PEOPLE’S New World Vision
A simple daily practice
I learned this daily practice from a webinar that Bob Proctor gave recently. This is my interpretation of the process: *Write down 10 things for which you are grateful. *Send loving-kindess to 3 people who feel challenging to you. *Sit for 5 minutes and ask for guidance for the day. That's it. I decided to … Continue reading A simple daily practice
Be an overcomer
We all have things happen to us in life. Some are wonderful. Some aren't. It's how we respond to adversity that makes all the difference. We can succumb...or we can overcome. Most of what happens in our daily life is probably fairly benign. It's when the big things, the unexpected, the often unwanted things happen that … Continue reading Be an overcomer
BOOK REVIEW: A MIND OF YOUR OWN by Kelly Brogan MD
A Mind of Your Own by Kelly Brogan MD is an important book. There is no other way to say it. If you are taking medication for depression/anxiety this book could quite possibly change your life! Even if you decide not to follow the protocol she outlines. How? Because after you read this book, you … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: A MIND OF YOUR OWN by Kelly Brogan MD
BOOK REVIEW: Informed Consent: Critical Truths Essential to Your Health and to the Health of Future Generations by Michele Stanford, M.Ed., CHC
I began to read Michele’s story and as a woman, my heart was filled with compassion and empathy for her and the situation she was in. As an RN, my heart was filled with rage for how this patient was treated by her physician! Michele was not defined by her circumstances, however. Rather, she decided … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Informed Consent: Critical Truths Essential to Your Health and to the Health of Future Generations by Michele Stanford, M.Ed., CHC
What if Tiffany Stayed with Ezekiel?
I was listening to the news today, which I generally go out of my way to avoid, when I heard about an NFL player being suspended for alleged violence against his now-former girlfriend. Good, I thought. Stop enabling domestic violence perpetrators to perpetuate violence against women by hitting them where it hurts: in their wallets. … Continue reading What if Tiffany Stayed with Ezekiel?
This podcast by Jodi Flynn (Women Taking the Lead) with Joe DeSena caught my eye because 1. I love Jodi's Podcasts and 2. My nieces and nephew just completed a Spartan Race (not the first for some of them). Much of the conversation really resonated with me! I was shocked, because whenever I hear about … Continue reading Spartanized
Who am I? RESULTS!
So, the results are in! No big surprises to be found here. I am happy to know what I am made of, so to speak. I am grateful to my husband for giving me this gift. No Atlantean heritage in this mix. No Lilliputian. Just about a 50/50 split between Southern Europe (Italian) and Northwestern … Continue reading Who am I? RESULTS!
The BRAVE Interview #11 June 2017: Chris Ann
Here is this month's BRAVE Interview with Chris Ann: The concept of being brave has never been a foreign one to me. Bravery is what I have embodied through out my life. I was brave when I become very ill as a child and had to suffer painful stomach problems when the doctors could not … Continue reading The BRAVE Interview #11 June 2017: Chris Ann
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