Tagged with relaxing

What does this moment require of me?

What does this moment require of me?

A friend of mine, during a struggle with prenatal depression, was told by a homeopath to take a hot shower every time her thoughts or feelings threatened to overwhelm her. According to her, it helped a lot. Not because there was anything in particular about the hot water or the steamy shower that had any … Continue reading

Practice, practice, practice

Practice, practice, practice

I’ve been wanting to write about practice for the longest time. Mainly because it’s been such a massive game changer for me. Mainly because it’s given me permission and courage where previously there was none. Because seeing the world through the lens of “just practicing” is exciting and hopeful. Once again, it was Brene Brown’s … Continue reading

Now is the fun part

Now is the fun part

“The fun part doesn’t come later, now is the fun part” –  Gretchen  Rubin. I had to write about this. I couldn’t not. I’ve written about it before. I’m betting I’ll write about it again. I need this reminder all the time. Every day. I don’t ever stop needing it. Because it’s a challenging, but … Continue reading

The art of stopping

Truth be told, I have moments when I’m not that good at holidays. Particularly in the beginning before I get into the swing of things. I don’t do well with the adjustment, the slowing down, or more like, the slamming on of the brakes after the frenzy of packing, laundry, organizing and anticipation of needs, … Continue reading