Inspired by: I am so inspired by my daughter Emily these days. Her life is hard now, but she is still committed to making healthy changes in all domains, especially her friendships and her mental and physical health. She has always been a healthy eater, devoted to fresh foods and home cooking— even baking her … Continue reading Inspired By In March
How To Tell The Difference Between Real and Faux Self-Care
Faux self-care is a little treat. Real self-care addresses deep needs.
How My Small-Town Yoga Studio Survived The Pandemic
Oddly enough, I’m finding it harder to remember how the studio was before Covid than how it is now.
How To Get Your Inner Wisdom Guide To Talk To You
Whenever I tell stories with metaphysical beings in them, I worry that the story’s listener will take these beings literally.
Looking Forward To: Coffee
Inspired by the book "Things to Look Forward To" here is my homage to Coffee.
Inspired By In February
These are the things I'm watching, listening to and eating that are making me feel inspired this month.
When Do You Get Your Housework Done?
Housework is really self work.
Nobody Cares When You Leave Facebook
I hate when bloggers start their posts by saying, “It’s been a long time since I’ve written here…” I think to myself: You know what? Nobody missed you. I didn’t miss you, and probably the people who read you regularly or subscribe to your feed didn’t miss you either. We have our own lives. We … Continue reading Nobody Cares When You Leave Facebook
Inspired By In January
These are some of the things that Inspired me in January. What I ate and drank and watched and listened to.
I Got Eargo Hearing Aids And Here’s What I Think
I've been wearing Eargo hearing aids for a month and this is what I think of them.