Mindful Driving

May 10th, 2018
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bicycle girl

 

Driving down 95.

Windows down.

Fresh air swirling.

Alicia Keys full volume.

Girl is bomb.

Breathing deeply.

Deeply breathing.

Mind wandering.

Discarding negative.

Embracing change for warmer times.

T-shirts, shorts & flip-flops.

Welcoming new season.

Staying in moment.

Inhale.

Exhale.

Feeling healthy.

Feeling stronger.

Feeling ready.

Grateful.Read More

Momentum Of The Day

September 21st, 2017
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My car has been in the repair shop for the past 24 hours so public transportation is my way to get home for awhile. When I got off the Metro last night, I decided to do without riding the bus and instead walk the rest of the way home. It’s a little over a mile from the Metro stop to my home but it was a warm evening and I wasn’t in a hurry and I thought the walk would be good for me after sitting at a desk most of the day. Right away it felt good to move… Read More

Have A Little Happiness

January 3rd, 2013
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At this time of year, it is easy to find self-help advice almost everywhere we look: online, television, magazines, books. It’s the beginning of a new year and it’s traditionally a time to take stock of what we’ve done in the year gone by and think about what we want to improve about ourselves in the new year.   As we put up new calendars and turn a fresh page, we evaluate how we would like to go forward and perhaps we even have a new plan of action. Most people are hopeful that the bad habits that they practiced in… Read More

Fab Friday

March 30th, 2012
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It’s Fabulous Friday!! It’s hard to believe that this is the last weekend in March! I’m ready for the weekend and I hope you are too!! Go for it!!… Read More

Free Your Mind

February 16th, 2012
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When life throws unexpected changes at you and all the cards seem to have been thrown in the air, it could be an opportunity for growth.  Initially, it may not feel like a chance for something good to happen, but with time, something unexpected may reveal itself.  Once you start to feel as though you can manage your feelings, then you can move forward to try something different: volunteer, paint, or play music.  Research has shown that attitude towards oneself and the world is the key to managing stress.  Here is an exercise that I found that might help you… Read More