Hello love! Are you so so busy (or sick, or distracted by family or whatnot) that tuning in is being tossed to the curb? That’s perfectly, wonderfully fine. Yes. It’s fine. The beauty of this loving yourself party is that you get love, no matter what, exactly where you are. As soon as you go… Continue reading Monday Love: in a holi-daze?
Hey sweetness, The day is coming to a close in my part of the world . Holiday shenanigans abound. How much kindness can you muster, for each and every part of you that is showing up? Can you whisper I love you. I love you. I love you. To the one who is tired, the… Continue reading Monday Love
My dearest one, Wherever you are, whatever shenanigans you’re up to, be sure to take extra, super duper, over the top care of your beloved self this day. This week. This holiday season. Simplify to amplify. This is what less is more really means. Do less, enjoy more. Then watch as more and more things… Continue reading Monday Love: take good care
Hello my love! Wishing you a holiday season filled with light. Whether this season stirs in you joy or irritation, sadness or bliss, or maybe all the above, I offer you this gift: Nothing is wrong. Nope. None of it. And since nothing is wrong, there will be nothing to beat up on yourself about. And… Continue reading Monday Love
Hey Sister, This is an invitation to come back home. Back to yourself. What do you want? What lights you up? What makes you feel warm and cozy? Take some time for that. Crazy stuff can get stirred up this time of year. It’s easy to get caught out there in the storm. “Relax, nothing is… Continue reading Monday Love
“War and peace begin in the hearts of individuals. Strangely enough, even though all beings would like to live in peace, our method of obtaining peace over generations seems not to be very effective: we seek peace and happiness by going to war.” –Pema Chodron I’m going home for Christmas, always a great opportunity… Continue reading When you just don’t know what to do: A mindful approach to right action
I would rather be thinking about all the whos in whoville and hanging twinkle lights…but I’m not. I’m worried about dying. Maybe because my kids have been with their dad since Thanksgiving and I have more brain space than usual. I have no one to hang twinkle lights for. A perfectly juicy, rich, smelly… Continue reading Death and Twinkle Lights: the gift of mindfulness and starting where you are