Anxiety and Mountain Pose

As established yesterday, I want to make more of an effort, going forward, to write about the “tools” I’ve gathered in the last year or so that have helped (and continue to help) me in managing anxiety. But before I jump in, a short disclaimer: I am in NO WAY anything remotely resembling a medical […]

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Anxiety Antidotes

Something I’ve mentioned in previous posts, but haven’t talked about in any kind of concentrated detail, is the fact that I’ve experienced a big uptick in anxiety in the last two years+. It’s been a little rough! At this point in time, I do understand the roots of why the issue has come about (it’s […]

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Discover Challenge: HERE AND NOW

This week’s Discover Challenge from WordPress’s Daily Post: “It can be so easy to lose track of the present — the very moment you’re experiencing right now. …This week, we want you to choose a moment and capture it in the medium you love best.” * I was waiting outside of my kids’ school to […]

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Feeling Blue?

I’ve been feeling a little anxious lately (a lot anxious, actually)…and a little blue. I should note that yesterday’s yoga, in addition to being helpful in and of itself, also culminated in my taking pictures (like the one I showcased yesterday) – and that when you’re engrossed in taking pictures like that one, it’s rather hard […]

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Presence is the Key

“When you find you are straining, whether in a yoga pose or in life, you’re probably trying too hard. Your ego is in it, and you are driven by an ambition that ultimately creates imbalance and suffering. This is the point when you should ask yourself: Where am I holding on? Am I holding on […]

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Getting to the Roots of a Problem

One thing that’s becoming quite clear to me (as I write what is turning out to be something of a post series here) is that I’m feeling particularly drawn right now to imaginative ways of approaching my life. I think it’s because I’ve been struggling. And there are two ways to look at that kind […]

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