Mindfulness is like learning to play an instrument. The first few times you pick it up, you have no idea what you’re doing, and you wonder if you’re wasting your time. As you practice, something starts to click and you
Almost two months ago, my husband’s brother passed away. He was diagnosed with brain cancer a year and a half ago. He was 34, and he left behind two sweet, young children. It’s incredibly heartbreaking and we miss him terribly.
Many people have been asking me how they can keep their sanity and enjoy the holidays. It can be a CRAZY time of year, when many of us feel exhausted and overwhelmed. Which can lead to feeling sick or resentful. Which
Length in years? Accomplishments? (If so – what kind?) Happiness? Impact? (If so, on what? Or on whom?) No regrets? Financial success? Relationships? Fun? Laughter? “Goodness” (i.e. not getting in trouble)? Number of children raised? Cats adopted? My hypothesis is
Hugs and cuddles when I go into each of their rooms in the morning; The excited dancing and jumping up and down when we mention anything from “playground” to “plums” to “Grandma’s here!” Elizabeth’s knowledge of animal sounds. My favourite
I love Spring. It’s a time when flowers start emerging, cherry trees blossom, and we do our spring cleaning. I feel so much more hopeful when the weather starts warming up and the days get longer. It’s a time to start fresh.
This is the final post in a series of five ways you can reinvigorate your marriage by Valentine’s Day. Each post is short and sweet, but together they will make a difference to your relationship, particularly if, like mine, your priorities have shifted
This is Part Four in a series of five adjustments you can make to reinvigorate your marriage by Valentine’s Day, particularly if, like mine, your priorities have shifted since you had kids. Each post is short and sweet, but together they will make
This is Part Three of a series of five “resolutions” you can take to reinvigorate your marriage by Valentine’s Day. Particularly if, like mine, your priorities have shifted since you had kids, and your marriage hasn’t gotten the attention it once
This is Part Two of a series of five “resolutions” we’re taking between now and Valentine’s Day, to reinvigorate our marriages. Yesterday’s post was the first one, “Nix the Tit for Tat“. Will you join us? Today’s resolution is… Don’t