This post is not about mindful cycling. These are my musings on being mindful of the menstrual cycle. Even if you don’t have a menstrual cycle to contend with, you probably know someone who does. So, this post may still … Continue reading Cycle awareness
Do you often feel fully rested? …relaxed? …rejuvenated? Or do you believe you don’t have time to rest? …or do you think: “Rest is for lazy people” That’s what my mother told me once as a throwaway comment. But, because … Continue reading Just say “YES” to REST!
For several years now, apart from Samhuin, December has been the month when my family sits down together to reflect on the past year and we take time to define our goals for the year ahead. We do this reflective … Continue reading Year compass
I don’t make promises. I’ve watched too many films where promises were broken and so were hearts. But, Nancy Kline discusses one particular promise in her latest book that I am devouring: I love her books because they are both … Continue reading Promise and Place
(7 minute read) I have a quote on my fridge as a reminder that everything we think, say and do today affects tomorrow: Do something today your future self will thank you for. ~ Sean Patrick Flanery (apparently, or an … Continue reading Your future self
(6 minute read) Do you have much to laugh about these days? I don’t know if you have heard, but a pandemic has created a global economic and health crisis, and as of writing it has been almost one year … Continue reading PsychLOLogy
(6 minute read) Is there really much to be grateful for, right now? I mean, especially with all this Covid craziness curtailing our greatest plans and wildest adventures. But tell me, did you wake up alive today? C O N … Continue reading Cultivating an Attitude of Gratitude