“I just relax my body, unscrunch my face, unclench my jaw, breath and smile, and that’s all I need to get the world in order again.” – Leo Babauta Right now, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing, pause for a moment – just a …Continue Reading Stop. Breathe. Relax. Repeat.
Summer in New England is a brief but glorious time when many families experience a change in pace as schools let out and activities slow. Weeks that were once packed with classes, homework and practice are suddenly open for new activities. Whether these include summer …Continue Reading Kids with Asthma Can Be Active in Summer!
Where do you go to de-stress and find peace? You know, that special place that relaxes you, refreshes your mind, body, and spirit, and makes your heart sing. For some, it’s a room in their home; for others, it’s a quiet place in a park …Continue Reading Your Peaceful Place
When we rush around from activity to activity, phone to computer to TV, and website to website, we miss the joys and simple pleasures of what’s right in front of us – animal- shaped clouds, running into an old friend, or a wild turkey in …Continue Reading Being in the Present Moment Restores Inner Calm
“I have great faith in a seed. Convince me that you have a seed there, and I am prepared to expect wonders.” – Thoreau There’s something satisfying about digging in the cool earth and getting your hands dirty. Feeling the soil, tending to plants, and …Continue Reading Gardening Grows More Than Vegetables
There is nothing more relaxing to me than sipping a cup of hot tea. No matter what life throws my way, smelling the robust aromas and breathing in the soothing steam bring an immediate sense of calm and peace. Drinking tea requires me to slow …Continue Reading Drink Tea, Find Peace
Think about where are you right now in this moment. Are you fully concentrating on reading this post, or are you simultaneously checking your text messages, surfing the web, and eating? With technology at the center of our lives, and all of the other distractions …Continue Reading Listening to the Birds Sing
Break out your red to support heart disease awareness. Heart disease kills more women than all forms of cancer combined. Join the fight to bring attention to this “silent killer” of women by Wearing Red on February 7. The American Heart Association launched Go …Continue Reading National Wear Red Day is Tomorrow!
“That’s it – I’m done with winter!” I grumbled to friends on a cold and rainy December morning in Pennsylvania. After over 20 winters filled with bitter winds, lingering brown slush, and hiding indoors, I decided to move to North Carolina for the warmer climate. Three …Continue Reading Discover New Ways to Appreciate Winter!
“Through humor, you can soften some of the worst blows that life delivers. And once you find laughter, no matter how painful your situation might be, you can survive it.” – Bill Cosby When was the last time you had a good laugh? You know, …Continue Reading Laughter Really is the Best Medicine!
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