You don’t have to be good to be healthy…
I’ve fallen victim to thinking I need to be good at a sport or activity to enjoy it. That’s just not the case. Stumbling, feeling awkward they are all part of trying … Continue reading
The truth will set you free, but first it will piss you off.
It’s that time again…
Every damn year. I thought by moving to the city I could somehow be forgotten. I’m still on the crows most wanted list. Yesterday I was trying to walk through … Continue reading
Art in cool places
Found this net at the Convention Centre today. It’s a work in progress by Janet Echelman for the Ted talks here next week. Can to wait to see it finished … Continue reading
Stories we tell…
“It isn’t what happens to us that causes us to suffer; it’s what we say to ourselves about what happens.” ~Pema Chodron
Blame the Internet…
Today I’m blaming the Internet for the little (loud) voice of worry in my head. Vow – In the future I will no longer Google medical symptoms… not for, loved … Continue reading
Just because you’re “good at something” doesn’t mean it’s what you want to do.
I love Tinybuddha Just stumbled into an article by Lisa Esile about 7 Ways to Know When Your Mind is Trying to Control Your Life. Great read. It hit home … Continue reading
When we engage in what we are naturally suited to do, our work takes on the quality of play and it is play that stimulates creativity. ~ Linda Naiman
Fear vs Intuition
Sometimes I feel like there is a UFC match up between these two in my head. The challenge is in telling the difference between intuitive perceptions and the sometimes louder … Continue reading