I knew there was a reason I wanted to devote an entire month to focusing on feeding and loving my body well… because it’s tough! We are not off to a great start. I’m going to be kind to myself because of my four month old. Something about cute babies and sleep deprivation makes meContinue reading “A Not So Great Start”
For March, the book I chose to read was called, “Grace Without God: Finding Purpose and Meaning in a Secular World” by Katherine Ozment. The author discusses, the “Nones”, the “single fastest growing religious group of our time is those who check the box next to the word “None” on national surveys. In America, thisContinue reading “Sacred or Secular?”
Last Friday was the end of the “Teach Me Something” resolution. And so far I’ve learned fluid dynamics, flow through a tube that changes area, how to calculate density, acceleration, mass, and time. And my husband learned the Sun Salutations A and B and basics of trauma therapy. At the end of the week, weContinue reading “Growth Plan Week 4”
Happy Monday! I am excited for this week’s resolution: read a book a month. I went to the library this weekend to pick out the perfect book for this month. I actually picked out a book that will help me get ready for Week 4’s Resolution: meditation/spirituality/religion. Like I mentioned in a previous post, (ScreenContinue reading “A Book A Day Keeps the Nightmares Away”
The summer is filling up fast. Trips and birthday parties, cook-outs and get togethers, there are lots of things to look forward to. I am a planner. I like to be organized and prepared. So when I look at my calendar filed with lots of fun activities, I also see packing lists, grocery lists, andContinue reading “Wishing Away Happiness”
Last summer, my husband’s Hyundai Sonata broke down. After several trips to the mechanic to investigate the problem and a couple hundred dollars later, it is decided that the work it requires just isn’t worth it. It isn’t safe to be driven, so it sits. In my garage. taking up valuable space. For months IContinue reading “Clearing Clutter”
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