Whether you’re gifting in the traditional way or not this year, I hope that you’re taking the time to revel in the simple beauty of the season.
I suspect you’re in the midst of your holiday shopping, so I thought it was a good time to share with you some ideas on gifts you can give to yourself (although they’ll also make great gifts for that tough-to-buy-for special person!
But when kids move, it does far more than just “tire them out” – although if you’re a parent, that may very well be one of your top priorities in getting your kids to a playground, group hang, or friend’s house. After all, their battery can only last so long, right? If your child could read this, they are undoubtedly snickering. Movement changes their brain.
We have a fetish with productivity. And it’s killing us. Well, someone had to say it. We live in this fast-paced world that demands we do more, do better, and function at a higher level — all the time. I’m sure you can relate. I know I can.
Have you found yourself dreaming about an escape, a holiday, or just time away from your delightful, albeit time-consuming kiddos? While it may not be tropical or come with one of those drinks with umbrellas – a meditation retreat may be just what you’ve been dreaming of. The best part? You don’t need to jet off to a monastery, you can create your own retreat from the comfort of your home.
Growing up in the north country, winter was cold and gloomy – the simple luxury of homemade chicken soup however, remedied all.
Have you ever felt as though you perceived certain sensations in your body? This could translate to breathing, the beating of your heart, the need to go to the bathroom (yes, number one or two), sexual arousal, or even butterflies. These sensations, very different from our other five senses, were once fondly referred to as Gemeingefül, or “common sensation” by early German physiologists.