Mind your own, you live long. – Jayo Felony In this current climate, many would benefit from endorsing this philosophy. Of course we should help others when we can and stand up for injustices in our own way (if we want to), but when our outrage and pain and disappointment are weaponized, we could benefit […]
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My gym was one of the first places to shut down this year, so I ramped up my home workout routines as well as my neighborhood walk schedule. Spring and summer, my favorite seasons, are usually my time to enjoy the weather and attend A LOT of social events and since I’m not, the pivot […]
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Have you forgiven yourself for your past mistakes? Or are you still holding onto what you wish you’d done differently? Living in a constant state of guilt is tormenting. Your mind replays what you did wrong and how things could have been different. It leads to self-sabotage and negative self-talk. You can believe that […]
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Easier said than done, but oh so worth it.
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I have had this thing that if I knew I did wrong—you know, being human and all—it’d gnaw at me and ruin my sleep. So even when I’ve apologized and/or did everything in my power to rectify a situation, the quiet wee hours of the night’d come and I’d still be replaying the scene with different endings. […]
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On my retreat last summer, a fellow attendee (hey Alex!) taught us about mindful eating: Mindful eating (i.e., paying attention to our food, on purpose, moment by moment, without judgment) is an approach to food that focuses on individuals’ sensual awareness of the food and their experience of the food. It has little to do […]
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