I've been complaining of a lack of connection to myself and others. I've felt untethered, like I'm bobbing around in the ocean without an anchor. Julia Cameron writes that for creative and artistic people, "attention is a way to connect and survive". In fact she encourages us to immerse ourselves in the flow of life and pay close attention.
Shelly came up with and illustrated seven Bigfoot Affirmations™ for a groovy state of mind. After each affirmation, she's included a question and an activity in case you want to practice some of the ideas contained in the affirmations. They are certainly one-part silly, but they are also two-parts serious. I had to share as … Continue reading Shelly’s Bigfoot Affirmations™: For a Groovy State of Mind
I'm so excited! I recently applied to be a Weleda Wellbeing Advisor. As with so many things in my life these days, this was not planned but completely serendipitous. Before I knew it, I was having a phone interview and was accepted!
My life at this moment in time is an oxymoron. I have to say, this phrase just "came to me" as I was writing this morning. It's not a word I use often, but it really fits my situation.
The earth around the lake is covered in a profusion of white feathers, like a smattering of summer snow. What are the odds of finding on blue feather in all these white ones, let alone three?
Flowers catch my attention as they transition from one state to another.
JOMO is the exact opposite of FOMO. Thank goodness there is a word for it!
I've read how people talk about life as process too (for example Julia Cameron). It is a way of doing, not what is done ... If you know anything about me, you will know this got me thinking, do I live in process? Do I have a way of doing?
Finding joy by appreciating this precise moment.
I want to share something that is a big deal for me. They say it take at least 21 days to instil a new habit. I am a self-confessed "tea pot"! A few weeks ago I went "cold turkey" on caffeinated tea for a day. Perhaps in excess of 10 cups a tea per day … Continue reading Changing a habit: reducing caffeine intake