Last week my partner was visiting family, leaving me alone for the first time since we moved in together. I felt nervous leading up to his departure. I've been working from home for a while, but the last 2 years have been difficult as a busy client-call schedule has confined to the quiet of my home. I've learned that too much… Continue reading When life lessons repeat
May today's message fill you with encouragement to trust yourself more fully. If there's something important you're doing, but the way no longer feels right, trust that voice inside of you. Even if you don't know how else to do it.Even if you don't want to give up.Even if you've been doing it how the experts say… Continue reading I stopped going to my Spanish group – If it doesn’t feel right, find a new way
When's the last time you woke up without an alarm? Planned your day without checking the weather? Ate without thinking about your weight?My life has been dictated by numbers. I've outsourced decisions about my own wellbeing to clocks, weather apps, and scales.We often wake up, not when we're rested, but when an external device rings loudly.We eat, not when… Continue reading Smashing clocks, an ode to our bodies!
How do you pick out eggs? When I buy them, I inspect them thoroughly for cracks. If I later find one slipped past me, I feel annoyed! Sunday night I dreamt all my eggs were broken, sitting in the container marinating in their liquid innards. Ugh! How did this happen?? The next day as I prepared breakfast, I wondered what the dream… Continue reading Lessons on trust from broken eggs
Last summer my dream came true! On our teeny tiny patio, Jose planted tomatoes, basil, oregano, and mint. I always wanted a garden, but I didn't pursue it because there was too much to learn. What containers and soil to use. How much sunlight and water. What if I killed them all? Overwhelmed just thinking about it,… Continue reading You don’t have to know everything to grow tomatoes