In hindsight and foresight, I’ve decided I’m giving peace a chance this year.
The true story of how one woman applied Marie Kondo’s methods of finding joy to her love life…and what that brought into her life.
When the cold winds blow, the lone wolf dies and this blog post takes a long and winding road to let me explain what I think I’ve discovered is my life’s purpose.
I’ve been in a funk lately. I get into them from time to time — some of them are situational, some of them are chemical. I’ve gotten so used them that I didn’t really need a medical degree or a visit to a therapist to figure out what led to this last funk. August evolvedContinue reading “Down and Out”
Lessons in giving and receiving support, love, and compliments.
Yesterday I helped a friend come home from the hospital. There were obvious aches and there were pains, but the overarching theme of the afternoon was: whenever you feel pain, remember to breathe. Breathing is so important. Be it in yoga, cardio exercise, or during times of high stress, drawing a full breath from yourContinue reading “In sickness and in health”
I used to think that my pre-teens would be the only time in my life when I could safely say I was at an awkward age. Turns out, being a divorced woman, without kids, in your 40s is a very close second. My awkwardness exists on several planes. First, I’m childless. You don’t grasp theContinue reading “I’m at an awkward age…..”
It’s the new year, and I don’t give a flying fig about resolutions. Resolving to eat better, work out better, or spend less was always something I’ve been conscious of doing. I didn’t need a new calendar year to remind me. I jumped on the ‘choose your word’ bandwagon a few years ago. Rather thanContinue reading “A Word”