Monthly Archives: March 2014

Modern Meditator

The longer I live, the more I’m convinced that meditation is the one tool that makes the biggest difference in my daily life. To live in a constant healthy flow, I meditate daily and not  because I have to, like with … Continue reading

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Got Creative. (Part 2–Dare to be You)

Recap of Part 1: I’d signed my husband and I up for this really awesome Paint A Splash adventure where you paint and drink wine in the tasting room at a winery. The project was lavender fields which is pretty … Continue reading

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Plan to Get Creative (Part 1)

Part 1 of 2 I come from a long line of talented oil painters. When my oldest son was little, I took him to private classes and sure enough he had it, too. I was intimidated. What if the painting … Continue reading

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Anxiety Nation

I love language and play these little language games that nobody knows about but me (and now you.) I tune into a certain word, let’s say “worry” for a whole 24 hour period. This signals to me where the collective … Continue reading

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