Are you aware of the therapeutic effect of laughter? It isn’t “new news” and we have things like laughter yogaRead More »
Easter is a little more than a week away. The aisles of the grocery store and the drug store areRead More »
“Life is not a race but a pace we need to maintain with reality.” ~Amit Abraham
Almost all of my adult life I’ve competed in the extreme sport of white-water kayaking.
My life revolved around adrenalin and competition.
Recently, I …
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We hear a lot these days about how we are the creators of our own life. We do that byRead More »
It’s that time of year again! I’m excited to share that Mindful in May, the world’s largest online mindfulness fundraising campaign, has launched.
Join thousands of people across the globe and learn from the world’s leading teachers and well-being …
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“It is not what technology does to us, it is what we do to technology. Used skillfully, it can improve and enhance our lives beyond our wildest imagination. Used unskillfully, it can leave us feeling lonely, isolated, agitated, and overwhelmed. …
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“Sitting silently beside a friend who is hurting may be the best gift we can give.” ~Unknown
There’s a time for words and a time for silence. Thankfully, when I went through one of the darkest periods of my life, …Read More »
Despite what Google or Wikipedia tells you, today (April 4th) is not my birthday. Last year on this day I got a flurry of messages from people all wishing me a joyous celebration.“Thanks,” I’d reply, “but it’s not my birthday." I finally developed a working theory of what happened. I’m not positive it’s true, but it’s something that feels comforting, so I’m going with it. Read More »
“Those we love never truly leave us… There are things that death cannot touch.” ~J.K. Rowling
Growing up, I was glued to my mother’s hip, ready to follow her wherever the world took us.
I used to sleep at her …
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How often we end our online chatting with friends with a phrase like “we must catch up,” or “let’s meet upRead More »