it is important that we bow down to the breadth of our human experiences and to the larger mysteries that surround us. seeing beauty in the swirls of life’s busyness, making the most of what life brings our way, offering kindness to those around us, and being able to laugh from time to time. these… Continue reading full cup, thirsty spirit – a book about self care
well, as you can see, i haven’t done much with this blog lately. i am busy with other things right now but at some point i will come back to write more (and at some point i will also find a way to oust the viagra people who keep trying to hijack my blog! it’s… Continue reading the non-mental health camp recap: community support
the good people at TLC book tours asked me to write a review of eileen flanagan’s book the wisdom to know the difference – when to make a change, and when to let go. let’s start with a tidbit that resonated with me “often when we accept something we shouldn’t, we feel resignation, rather than… Continue reading the wisdom to know the difference
i just participated in another wonderful chat about mental health and social media. the topic this time was stress. one of the things i mentioned is that i have been inspired by tony schwartz to do a daily energy audit at work. two people asked if i could post about it so here it is.… Continue reading energy audit
part 2 of the change questionnaire. let me know what you think – it’s really just an adapted draft at this stage. 17. Please rate these areas of your life on a scale of 1-10. 1 would be very poor, 5 would be acceptable and 10 very good. a. Finances ___ b. Relationships ___ c.… Continue reading change questionnaire, part 2
i am currently playing with an adaptation of the readiness for change questionnaire for personal changes. there are 50-odd questions (i’ll probably pare it down to about 35, 40 – less, hopefully, with your help!). as i’m doing this i’m interested in all the different angles change can be looked at, and am also thinking… Continue reading change questionnaire
be love now is ram dass’s newest book. it will be misunderstood by many. in fact, it – or at least ram dass himself – already has been misunderstood. “ram dass is a superb writer,” the san francisco chronicle says. calling ram dass a superb writer is like praising the world’s most lovingly raised organic… Continue reading “be love now” by ram dass – annoying or enlightening?
for the month of october, i’ve played something called healthmonth. it is a fun, useful and well-thought-out site where you can establish health rules you’d like to follow and then keep track of how you’re doing. from the site: health month is all about designing your own health rules, and then trying to stick to… Continue reading health month