Holy-Day-After-Thanksgiving Food Coma Hangover. Yes, I mean a food hangover, it’s a real thing (on the “off-chance” it wasn’t before, it is now). Let’s just take a collective groan right here- skip the “om” and go right to the lion’s breath sigh. I am fairly certain I consumed more calories yesterday than I did in … Continue reading SUGA, SUGA
Doubt. Fear. Anxiety. Pressure. Stress. Deadlines. Anger. Frustration.Confusion. Control. Have to. Should. Need. Expectation. Discomfort. Pain. Just reading those words makes my shoulders tighten up, my jaw clench and my brow furrow. Words are powerful. They carry with them the potential to help or to hinder us. To support or to crush us. Words are … Continue reading NO DIGGITY (NO DOUBT)
No regrets. You can. You will. You have. You did.
Ever notice that the more you could really stand to benefit from learning a lesson the more often that lesson keeps showing up in your life? Like a bad pop song (since those are super hard to come by these days. . .), it seems like you just can’t go anywhere without hearing it, seeing … Continue reading CAN’T GET YOU OUTTA MY HEAD
Lately I’ve had the opportunity to experience a whole lot of new ambiguity in my life. I’ve been getting very comfortable with change, lots of it. Heaps and heaps of it actually. A good deal by choice, some by circumstance (created in part, arguably, by choice) and some just well, because. This has been equal … Continue reading SHADES OF GRAY
Can you imagine Rose and Jack without “My Heart Will Go On,” envision Harry meeting Sally without “It Had To Be You” playing in the background, watch the Lion King without “Hakuna Matata,” see Eminem in 8mile without um, “losing himself,” or cheer on Rocky while he runs through the city without rockin’ to “Gonna … Continue reading FIX IT: THE PLAYLIST
My post on mindfulness got me to thinking, quite a bit. Dangerous, I know. But helpful, especially with all that rationalizing I like to do... I felt it was time to step aside for a moment and observe how I came to be in this place. Learning to let go and has not been a … Continue reading YOU’VE GOT THE RIGHT STUFF, BABY