Tag Archives: well-being

A pain in the neck!

Posted on 22. Jul, 2011 by .


Literally I was in the midst of stretching and yawning at the same time while warming up a cup of coffee and snap – the pain in my neck came back with a vengeance! Over the years, I’ve suffered from the occasional muscle-skeletal flare up from my active lifestyle pursuits and as the familiar story […]

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If life is a stage, how will you play?

Posted on 21. Oct, 2010 by .


If life is a stage, then this week was a jumbled mess of obstacles in which I became the juggler, raging mother, and damsel in distress – none of which made for a star performance.  Contrary to a master juggler who has strong focus, timing and rhythm, I had little of that.  Raging Mother, well […]

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Key elements to support in a time of change

Posted on 01. Apr, 2010 by .


I’m writing outside today and it’s absolutely perfect; clear blue sky, moderate temperature, and the surrounding landscape is coming alive. In my last blog post I wrote about listening, observing, and paying attention to the signs of change and the positive effect that results in taking care and connecting most intimately with our own landscape. […]

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What’s your mindset?

Posted on 15. Dec, 2009 by .


Do you vacillate between extremes? Do you go full out with high expectations and burn out after a day? Do you achieve very little, giving in to the mood of the day? Do you find yourself immobilized by rigid demands? These are just a few of the questions that speak to a condition I call: […]

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