Doing Less

Have you ever felt like your life runs at a ridiculously frenzied pace? Like there’s never time to notice Life’s wonderful surprises? Have you wondered if it has to be this way? Guess what? You’re not alone and it doesn’t.

Slowing Down and Doing Less were never on my list of Life Goals. Until the Summer of 2013. You see, I have always been a “doer.” Regardless of how I might have been feeling, if there was a  project to be accomplished, I would push...

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New Season’s Resolutions

“Happiness is like a butterfly which, when pursued, is always beyond our grasp, but, if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you.” ~ Nathaniel Hawthorne

Happiness. Love. Dreams. Desires. So much of our lives are spent searching for and appreciating these things.

Being a ponderer, over-thinker, and well, sometimes even a ruminator, I’ve decided to revisit my New Year's desires by taking time in these weeks leading up to Summer Solstice (June 21) to...

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5 Tips to Drink More Water

Getting healthy and staying healthy are both personal and financial commitments. The average monthly fee for a gym membership is $55. Weight loss or personal training programs can be hundreds of dollars a month. High-quality, organic, healthy food is an investment.

While the age-old mantra to drink “8 glasses of water a day,” isn’t accurate for everyone, there’s no arguing that most Americans don’t drink enough water. Some estimates state that 75...

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Find Movement You Love, And Do It

More and more, we're learning that sitting can be detrimental to our health. Isolating exercise to an hour at the gym just isn't enough anymore, especially when we spend so much time working at a desk just. What’s a busy woman with a career and a family to do?

My answer: focus on Movement—not exercise—and find something you love!

For me, walking on an elliptical for 45 minutes is about as exciting as watching paint dry. But maybe it’s exciting for...

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Finding Joy in Being Present

“The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, nor to worry about the future, but to live in the present moment wisely and earnestly.” – Buddha

We live in a world of multitasking. At work–and at home–we juggle roles, schedules, and tasks. We stress out about the future and fret over the past. But is all this preventing us from being mindful in more of our present moments, and in turn, seeing time passing us by faster than...

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