Are You in Service of Something?

May 23, 2019 Are you in service of something or to someone? We are all in service of something, or to somebody. Working to earn money. Volunteering to help others. Looking after our families. Dressing nicely to impress a prospective employer or new love. Looking after grandkids, or other family members or friends due to illness. Then there are politicians, …

Climate Change?

April 18, 2019 Can climate change really happen without major changes in human behaviour?  Think about it. Really ….think about it …seriously.  It’s a subject getting a lot of attention and rightly so. Most of us want to live on a healthy planet. We want clear and abundant drinking water, fresh and non-toxic air to breathe, and food that is …

Dealing with Dying and Death

March 28, 2019 While death is inevitable for us all (Sorry if I’ve shocked you!), how we deal with dying is another matter. Dying and death are delicate topics, even traumatic, and not everyone wants to talk or learn about them. Don’t delude yourself into believing these events will pass you by. They won’t. So, how can you better deal …

Self-Care and Pi Day

March 14, 2019 Pi Day is an annual celebration of the mathematical constant π, and self-care is how we celebrate ourselves. Pi Day is observed on March 14th. Self-care needs to be observed – and practiced – every day. I’m no mathematician, so Pi is a bit confusing to me. Yet it is celebrated every year on this day, and …

The Path of Healing from Trauma

February 7, 2019 Every day, it seems, you hear more and more about trauma and abuse. To varying degrees, almost everyone has experienced some type of trauma or abuse.  I lived with childhood abuse pretty much since infancy, and eventually experienced domestic trauma as well. The shocking pain and suffering of trauma/abuse can change a person, and it affects how …

Year End Reflections

December 27, 2018 The last week of December is a great time to focus on year end reflections. It’s a time to contemplate the past twelve months and consider where you desire to be during the coming new year. The week between Christmas and New Year’s Eve is always the time I put aside to catch up on a few …

Holiday Greetings to You!

May your Christmas holidays be all you hope for, and may you enjoy safe travels and wonderful times with family and friends.