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 […]Read More Anxiety and Mountain Pose
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 […]Read More Anxiety Antidotes
I’ve been interested for quite some time now in both the idea and practice of mindfulness. (You can see that interest sprinkled all over this blog!) Mindfulness – the need for it, the attempts to develop it, the changes it brings when I manage to be effective with the practice of it – touches every aspect of […]Read More Mindfulness & Me
To be honest, I’m not particularly into – or even really much interested – in astrology. I used to not-infrequently read my daily horoscope, back in the day – but that was in the course of reading newspapers. The horoscope page was always just there, and so I read it! But I don’t, hardly ever, […]Read More Keeping My Mind Open!
This week’s photo challenge: “[S]hare an image that means “earth” to you — whether it’s a panorama of a landscape that takes your breath away, a close-up revealing a detail in nature, or another scene that honors the outdoors…” * I’m not sure how it is that I never noticed this before – but baby […]Read More Weekly Photo Challenge: EARTH
This week’s photo challenge: “Share a photo that depicts your interpretation of ‘security.’” * I find a lot of security – as in, balance and calm, and a sense that everything will be okay and I can handle things – in the knowledge that stepping outside my door and looking UP is all I ever […]Read More Weekly Photo Challenge: SECURITY
I mentioned that I’ve been stumbling into some really interesting music lately (after like a year-and-a-half of what felt like I was wandering in a musical wasteland – uninspired and bored and unable to connect with pretty much everything I came across.) Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats really jolted me out of that! (As […]Read More On the Rest of My Recent Musical Finds