I didn’t give the full picture yesterday when I ranted about how you don’t need what they’re selling you. I still stand by that. But there are a few things that you do need if you’re going to fully engage in this existence we call life. First – You need COURAGE. Learning to develop an… Continue reading You DO need this
That was the headline on a piece of spam that landed in my inbox today. The ad promised me if I purchased their hair product, that’s what would happen. Listen, people. You don’t need any freakin’ hair product. You don’t need a guru. You don’t need whatever the hell they’re selling you. (Apologies to sensitive… Continue reading Get your confidence back!
I am so excited to share with you a recent podcast on which I was a guest. Rebecca Bohman, the creator of The Luminous Mind is out to change the paradigm of education and all that it encompasses. Here’s their mission: “The mission of The Luminous Mind is to help “firestarters” formulate questions and to… Continue reading Podcast guest on The Luminous Mind!
I just finished reading SteveO’s latest book, Back Pain, Permanent Healing and HIGHLY recommend it. (Unless you care to suffer with back pain for umpteen years like I did.) This book is an easy read and focused primarily on back pain – a multi-billion dollar industry in the US. In it, Steve breaks down the… Continue reading Book review – a must read!
“Hey you!” Poke, poke. “Hey! Know what?” Poke, poke. Poke, poke. Poke, poke, poke. “Mom?” Poke, poke, poke. If you’ve ever been goaded by a demanding kid when you’re trying to get something done, you know how annoying it is. Actually, I’m not proud of how I can go into melt down mode if someone… Continue reading That annoying kid
Of all the clutter I’ve dealt with over the years, the far most damaging is the Sacred Clutter. It’s unforgiveness. Undealt with trauma. Unfelt feelings. Especially grief. Closet clutter is easy to deal with. Dig it out and give it away. Done. (Well, it theory, anyway! One must be ready.) Sacred Clutter isn’t as easy.… Continue reading The vilification of grief
I remember many years ago we were hanging out with friends shooting the breeze. The topic turned to people and their eccentricities. “So there’s this guy who goes barefoot all the time so he doesn’t lose contact with the earth’s energy,” one gal said. “That’s STOOPID!” we all replied in unison. That little dynamic reveals… Continue reading That’s STOOPID!