I don’t know about you, but I really don’t enjoy feeling tense. Even the thought of being tense can be enough to make me feel tense. I feel it in the way my shoulders and neck tense, my jaw tightens, my eyes and head feel tight – and how I react, becoming even more impatient … More Can you live with tension and still have a good life?
When life is busy or transitioning into a different stage, it’s easy to focus on the next step only – one foot after the other. But how do you avoid getting lost in the details and forget the bigger picture – namely, life is to be lived, not just survived? … More Getting stuff done, enjoying the journey and remembering the destination – is it possible to do it all?
After posing the question last week – how do grown-ups play? – it seemed as though there were answers everywhere. As is often the way, I started to notice that I was not alone thinking this way, and there was quite a bit of discussion on the topic. Thanks to those of you who commented – some really good … More What’s the time? – It’s playtime!
I’ve been looking forward to today – but … Today is a day I’ve been looking forward to for quite some weeks – my two kids have returned to school and I’m not working. For the first time in ages, I can write. Yay! But – ohhh. I can say that I have the two … More Time to write. Write?? Yes, write. Riiiiight. (need words!)
I subscribe to a few blogs and journals, and I’ve been noticing a common message within a few of them lately. Messages I agree with. So I thought I’d share the love, and share some of them with you. Plus – they’ve raised a question for me, which I’d love your thoughts on, once you’ve … More Self acceptance and the impact on self awareness
So often, I find myself rushing. Mentally rushing through a list of things I have to / want to do. Physically rushing from one activity or place to another, trying to squeeze just one more thing in. It doesn’t always have to be that way. Sometimes this is self created chaos, and sometimes I can … More One perfect day