Photo Courtesy of @ashleymaryart Creativity is good for the soul. The brain. The body. For happiness, joy, and connection. It’s a pretty good salve for a lot of what ails us in this hyperconnected, yet disconnected existence. Yea, yea, yea, you...
Image Courtesy of Katerina Dima of Only Deco Love As previously seen on Wit & Delight Today, as we close out the month of August—a month we spent talking about learning to be still in a culture that rewards busyness and hustle—we’re...
“BURN! BURN! BURN! FEEL THE FIRE INSIDE OF YOU! DO YOU FEEL IT?” {voice softens} “You’ll see, when you feel that fire burning in your stomach – it will break down barriers. Anything you couldn’t deal with before. You can. You can now.” It was a Tuesday. And...
Photo by Nicole Feest at NYLONSADDLE Photography There is no better way to understand the way you think and what’s going through your head than to journal. The problem I’ve found is that the act of journaling is so open-ended that...
Photo Courtesy of Jennifer Anderson I’ve been practicing intuitive eating for the past year and it’s completely changed the way I listen to my body. I’ve been looking for ways to help my kids eat from a more intuitive place—to...
Image Courtesy of Danny G via Unsplash.com “People say nothing is impossible, but I do nothing every day.” – Winnie the Pooh My therapist would get a good laugh at the thought of me writing this. Me, doing nothing? That’s funny.The...
Reconciling ownership of my body has always been a funny thing for me. I grew up knit into the context of chronic illness and failing organs, a landscape of scar tissue and ‘not quite right’. Over the years, it...
It was my first time getting an EKG test. I undressed in the same room as the nurse. When I get nervous, I’m overly friendly to the point of being pathetic, so the nurse chuckled softly when I said...
Photography via 2ndTruth The signs are always the same. A metallic taste in my mouth. Quickening pulse. A knot of dread curls in my stomach. I’m about to publish something I love and care about and I have no idea...
Photo by Hannah Olinger on Unsplash I’ve been a worrier for most of my life. Overthinking what’s to come, replaying what’s behind. You name it, I’ve probably obsessed, googled, and lost sleep over it.Until recently.Through years of therapy, meditation, and yoga, I’ve finally...
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