Monthly Archives: October 2013

Mother daughter juice feast

Every six months or so, I do some sort of fast to give my body a little healing break. This time around, I’m doing a 3-day juice feast with my mother, which is handy because we can support each other

Mother daughter juice feast

Every six months or so, I do some sort of fast to give my body a little healing break. This time around, I’m doing a 3-day juice feast with my mother, which is handy because we can support each other

Between worlds

I love airports. I know they’re totally bad for our planet. I still love them. I spent the other night in London Heathrow because I was too cheap to get a hotel for my 8-hour layover. It’s also that I

Between worlds

I love airports. I know they’re totally bad for our planet. I still love them. I spent the other night in London Heathrow because I was too cheap to get a hotel for my 8-hour layover. It’s also that I

I’m only human

I don’t really wake up with a stretch and a happy yawn this past month. I wake up with a creature crawling around in my head spewing its nasty ideas and accompanying emotions. I barely notice the idea, only the

I’m only human

I don’t really wake up with a stretch and a happy yawn this past month. I wake up with a creature crawling around in my head spewing its nasty ideas and accompanying emotions. I barely notice the idea, only the

Have you acknowledged your inner mean person lately?

While at dinner tonight with a close friend, we got onto the topic of how we perceive the people we meet. When I told her that I initially only see the good in new acquaintances, she let out a hearty laugh.

Have you acknowledged your inner mean person lately?

While at dinner tonight with a close friend, we got onto the topic of how we perceive the people we meet. When I told her that I initially only see the good in new acquaintances, she let out a hearty laugh.

how we use our freedom

It is difficult to free fools from the chains they revere. –Voltaire When we are given real freedom to seek our own potential, we often cower. We want what is familiar; what is safe and predictable. We are afraid to

how we use our freedom

It is difficult to free fools from the chains they revere. –Voltaire When we are given real freedom to seek our own potential, we often cower. We want what is familiar; what is safe and predictable. We are afraid to

The power of context (The Blues: Part 2)

Just after posting yesterday, I listened to an online talk by Neale Donald Walsch where he discussed three concepts to deal with sadness or despair: Our growth process is already complete; there is nothing going wrong in our lives; and we’re not alone.

The power of context (The Blues: Part 2)

Just after posting yesterday, I listened to an online talk by Neale Donald Walsch where he discussed three concepts to deal with sadness or despair: Our growth process is already complete; there is nothing going wrong in our lives; and we’re not alone.

When the sun on your pillow looks like hell (The blues: Part 1)

For those of you reading my blog regularly, it’s clear that I’ve been having a hard time dealing. It’s difficult to admit when you’re feeling blue, but I hope my honesty helps someone else out there.  Lately it’s been an

When the sun on your pillow looks like hell (The blues: Part 1)

For those of you reading my blog regularly, it’s clear that I’ve been having a hard time dealing. It’s difficult to admit when you’re feeling blue, but I hope my honesty helps someone else out there.  Lately it’s been an