Tag Archives: semi-hibernation awesomeness
Although Spring has begun and we are emerging from natural semi-hibernation, taking time to review this period before stepping forward is worth the time. How do we navigate the darker, deeper times in our lives? Yesterday, I decided to play … Continue reading
Winter can be enjoyable when you learn the thrival moves that get you through each day.
I know it’s almost Valentine’s Day and my tree is still up. I usually take it down around New Year’s Day but this year I had other priorities. I had good intentions of taking it down several weeks ago. My … Continue reading
The holiday festivities are over, the gift-giving bills are coming in and the routine workweek has returned. Here are five things you can do to keep your spirits up. Source: 5 Tips to Get Past the Post-Holiday Crash | Live … Continue reading
As Spring emerges from the darkness of winter, hope emerges in my soul. For over thirty years I have experienced the depths except after giving birth to my three children and this year. God was merciful to give me reprieve … Continue reading
For those who experience some type of depression this time of year, connecting with loved ones and having meaningful life experiences seem out of hand. I have found that lots of greens (juiced or raw are best) and a taking meditation … Continue reading
I think up great ideas in the shower. Then I’m distracted by moldy grout, an empty shampoo bottle that reminds me to add it to the grocery list, details of personal grooming, and what time it is, how much have … Continue reading