We can choose a self care response when we falter. What do you do when you falter? Pick yourself up, dust yourself off and get back up? Collapse inward, chastising and berating yourself? Shake it off and let yourself learn, and maybe even laugh? It's important to know your falter response. … [Read more...] about The Self Care Response
It's OK to demand a lot of yourself - with a few caveats. I had an interesting conversation with two women after yoga yesterday. Two of us were having a laugh at our own expense because we are often the last to arrive for class. “I always seem to have to get one last thing done before I get … [Read more...] about Do You Demand a lot of Yourself?
Rushing puts us in a state of disconnection from our inner wisdom. And here’s the kicker! We do it to ourselves. We crowd our schedule, try to do too much, or force that last thing in before we leave. We become more impatient, distracted, and reactive. We remember less, notice less and listen … [Read more...] about Stop Rushing to Power Up
All perception is subjective. What you see and what gets cropped out of your frame is controlled by many filters. What will people think? How much more do I have to do? Who do I need to become? I should have known better. I could have seen it coming. How will I manage? How will this turn … [Read more...] about You Are The Filter
When we think of boundaries, we tend to think about the relationships and rules of engagement we have with our outer world. But what about the boundaries we set for ourselves? A new habit or skill requires more time and energy in the beginning. Like a new seedling, it needs nourishment and … [Read more...] about Mend Your Fences