After you've read some helpful and serious posts. I have a treat for you. The last post takes us back visually to the 1960s and it should bring back memories. Boy, I can totally relate to this: The constant bombardment of 24/7 news, especially since the ascension of the current President of the . . .
When Camus talked about the invincible summer he was referring to that indomitable spirit, the strength we find when dig deep within. He went on to say that no matter how the world pushes against him, there's something stronger pushing right back. I work with people in some of their hardest times, . . .
Have you ever used a spiralizer? My friend, Gregory Ciurczak, is a foodie--and also, like me, a carb lover. But now that he's found the spiralizer, he's got a new outlook and has the blog today with his post, Oodles of Zoodles. by Gregory Ciurczak Last month I came upon a nutritional blog post . . .
There's a hefty discount in this post! And it's open to anyone anywhere in the world. That's right. Other countries, too! Expires Sunday. There's nothing mysterious at all about a past life regression. No magic. Nothing occult. You don't even have to believe in reincarnation to get something from a . . .
Here's a mental diet that could very well change your life. Simply reject any negative thought as soon as it appears. Don't let it take root. Just let it go as soon as it comes up. Gone. Try it for a month. Just 30 days. Regardless of your situation. It's life affirming. And could be life . . .
At London's Victoria and Albert museum a few years ago Michael and I were standing in front of a 1960s fashion exhibition when two teenage girls joined us. They examined the outfits closely. "Wow," one said. "My grandma wore stuff like this when she was our age." Michael and I looked at each . . .
Try, if you can, to put yourself in the shoes of someone going through treatment. Hard to do, right? If you haven't been through treatment or accompanied a loved one to an infusion center, for example, it might be hard to understand. But here are a few true things: It can be a long day for many . . .
I'm quoting author Jeff Brown for Part 2 of my To Fight or Not series, which began in yesterday's post : We are powerful beyond measure, and so deeply vulnerable at the same time. This may seem like a dichotomy, but it isn't. We have misunderstood real power. It has been something assertive, . . .
To fight or not to fight, that is the question. How tightly do we want to hold on to life? What are we willing to suffer to do that? Is having hope delusional? Should everyone be told the truth about their condition? I've seen some social media discussions about what is and is not encouraging . . .
Safe shelter. That's all any of us are looking for in another. Being seen. I mean, really being seen. It's the beauty of our relationship with our pets, isn't it? Because they have no judgment. Nothing gets in the way of our pets seeing us at our core. Knowing us. Knowing exactly who we are. Riley . . .