It's holiday time and that means friends and family join together, sometimes overnight. Do you look forward to it? Dread it? Either way, you'll be host or hostess and you want to make a house guest feel welcome. I'm here to help with two posts that will help you make Aunt Irma--or any other . . .
' "Tis the season for house guests.As if the holidays weren't hard enough. Oh, I know, you love to visit kith and kin. But sometimes you sense, well, an underlying tension. It could be because you aren't being a very good holiday house guest. But never fear. I've got some helpful hints here on how . . .
The vision of oneness naturally leads to compassionate action and service of humanity because we see the pain and joy of others as our own. Just as we are instinctively inclined to care for our own body when it is injured, so one who is awake cannot resist caring for others. —Ellen Grace . . .
It's ironic that the so-called "happiest time of the year" can actually be the most stressful. There's something about being home for the holidays that can bring out the worst in people. That's why I've got this handy guide to surviving home for the holidays. I guarantee you'll find at least one . . .
There are many reasons why people might not be full of good cheer at holiday time. Maybe they're grieving the loss of a loved one. Or maybe they aren't feeling very well. That's why I've put our lovely, supportive gift packages on sale through Dec. 1 at A Healing Spirit. All of them. Significant . . .
If you've got kids or grandkids there's nothing more fun than helping them make easy, crafty holiday gifts. It's a cool thing to do any time but especially if you've got some time with them over Thanksgiving. You're not just making gifts--you're making memories. And this works even for . . .
Save I aspire to radical love, but not all the way there yet. On this, I am still a work in progress. . . .
Save Save Boom! You can still see some of these vintage bugs so familiar to Baby Boomers on the road--the real thing--and it always reminds me of my younger days. It's my favorite time of the week--when Baby Boomers blog about what's on their mind these days. Today's post has helpful medical . . .
Sometimes I toss and turn, sleepless, my head full of musings on topics and wide as the ocean. Here's a sampling from one such night. Brides Looking at photos of happy, smiling brides yesterday, women who have just married one another. And in a Facebook posts, groups of women who love women out . . .
Can a blog be a gift? It can. Life's universals First, let's agree that healing and grieving are part of the human condition. No escape; we will all go through these things. And so, this gift is for you. For us. All of us. Because one day we'll all need the information it will present. So, truly, . . .