Today is one of those days that should be perfect, or at least it is on paper, but something is just off. When I’m at home for those days, I like to snuggle my dogs. Without an easy fix like snuggles with a puggle, I’ve come to realize how many ways I try to avoidContinue reading “One of those days…”
Back to work and realizing just how lucky I am to have a job that serves people, even if it’s from afar. So excited for Yoga Teacher Training, but so grateful for everything in my life!
Travel does something for me like little other things can…it’s not just that Zen idea that you are more in the moment when you’re not plowing through the rat race we call life; it’s also that beautiful truth which shines through the eyes of strangers in strange lands to remind you that the human raceContinue reading “Travel Inspiration ~ Peru”
I mean seriously, why is it the things in life that make you feel the very best – those things that make you love life and yourself and the world – why are they the hardest to do? It’s the Universe’s dirty trick! I love to meditate, exercise, cook healthy food, read books and haveContinue reading “Why does the good stuff hurt?”
I like astrology. I don’t love it and I don’t make life decisions based on it, but I like it. It is a tool that I have found helpful at times and now is definitely one of those times…it turns out I’m smack in the midst of Saturn Returns, which sure explains a lot! ThisContinue reading “Saturn Returns – YIKES”
How do you start a blog? Good blogs have themes…big ideas or simple ones that hit you with their depth or tickle you. I’m not so clever. I want to blog because I love life and learn a lot through writing. I’m tired of posting my updates on Facebook and feeling like I’m filling everyone’sContinue reading “Hello”
My Visit to Guatemala April 2010 CARE has worked in Guatemala since 1959 and has developed an extensive working relationship with agencies in the public and private sectors. In Guatemala, CARE operates projects in water and sanitation, agriculture, agro-forestry, primary health care, girl’s education and small economic activity development. I had the opportunity to visitContinue reading “My Visit to Guatemala”