So far this winter is dark, cold and most of us have had enough of ice and snow and according to the local Groundhog, spring is still far away. I don’t know about you but this past January treated me to some of the worst blues that I have had in years. It could have been the weather or… Read More Groundhog Day. An example of the possibility of kindness in a world desperate for warmth.
Getting your Groove Back Are you new to yoga? Or do you just need a refresher. Yoga can be challenging for a beginner and a challange to get back too. This article will help ease your transition into or back into the world of yoga. Find a good space to practice in. You do not… Read More Doing some spring cleaning??? Brush off your yoga mat.
If you know me at all you know that I am not about depriving oneself of anything. I know for some who have embraced a different path however this time of year may be difficult; what with the items in the picture above being presented in abundance. I offer this suggestion on how… Read More Guilt free chocolate eating… a Valentines Yoga Meditation…
I was listening to some vintage or classic rap recently while driving. I know its vintage because my kids love to remind me that anything that I know all the words to is quite dated or as they like to put it Old School. “The Power” a song by the German music group Snap! From their… Read More You have the power…
Its summer time and most young people want to be as far away from learning as possible. However summer with its long rides up to the cottage, sun sets and waiting for fish to bite provides an excellent opportunity for you to hang with your kids and re affirm family values. As the gang was heading to a family reunion this past… Read More Summer Parenting Moments using Family History..
Never cut a tree down in the wintertime. Never make a negative decision in the low time. Never make your most important decisions when you are in your worst moods. Wait. Be patient. The storm will pass. The spring will come.Robert H. Schuller Some days I love advice like this and other days I… Read More How to be Patient
Are you feeling guilty about stuff that is not yours to feel guilty about?? This past weekend my son had a hockey tournament in another town. As we were rushing out the door I got a heads up from one of the other Hockey Moms who had spotted a speed trap and let me know… Read More Officer I did Nothing!!!
Crouching on my bed on hands and knees, I cupped my head in clenched hands as I took a few long deep breaths, praying that the pounding in my head would stop. I felt the softness of the bed, the warmth of my partners still warm spot the smell of toast coming from the kitchen. I… Read More “God helps those who help themselves.” Ben Franklin
In our hearts we know the best thing to do, but fail to do it. New Year’s resolutions are great examples of this. We make resolutions because we know it would be better for us to lose weight, or get fit, or spend more time with those that matter most to us. The problem is… Read More New Year Same You
. It’s American Thanksgiving and that got me thinking about gratitude, I came to the realization that it is very easy for me to be grateful for all of the wonderful things in my life that have been going great … But what about those things that are not going so good? How can we expand… Read More Gratitude and a Change in Attitude.