The path to mindfulness is a windy one, but worth the trek.
Last year at this time, I was another corporate robot.
Dear Human, Things have changed. We can see, hear, smell, taste and feel the difference.
When we don’t take time to appreciate the gifts we already have, we go into scarcity mode.
We each have 13 cards to play for life, based on the numbers of our date of birth. And, once I found out my cards to play, I found my purpose in life.
There’s something about coffee shared with friends, sipping out of a real mug and having life-giving conversations.
I wish our yoga mats had the ability to call us on our shit.
Yes, there are other things out there other than food, cat videos & sex that can add some pep to your step.
It is not strange for me to have coffee with a co-worker and the number of cellphones, laptops and iPads to out number the humans at the table.
What do you wish to draw into existence today?
You won't turn into a rainbow farting unicorn after your first class. We promise.
Show up, differently by letting the people in your life know that they get first dibs, simply by being physically present in your life.
If you are stressed, anxious, sad, worn down I prescribe you one trip into the wild.
Meditation works. Period. Give yourself 10 minutes.
I left my kid in the car. Cue bunched panties.
Edison, JFK, Churchill, and Napoleon were all religious nappers.
Intentions make the world go round.
I woke up with the world, instead of a screen.
Stop doing shit that requires you to turn your brain off
Getting rid of your smartphone doesn't necessarily provide immediate gratification for a more relaxed life.
As Bukowski says, “always be kind to yourself first.”
You can occupy your time traveling without gadgets (believe it or not).
Stop and draw the french toast.
A handy guidebook for living "IRL"