I'll be at the Grand Rapids (MN) library tomorrow night at 7 PM, giving a sample Yoga as Muse workshop and reading from and signing my book. Stop by -- this is an incredible library on the banks of the Mississippi!
Blogging may be light this week, due to intensive care taking duties at home. And on that topic, here are some thoughts about care taking: In my household right now, we're undertaking some intense and emotional care taking responsibilities. An older pet may be in his last days. I've always been of the opinion that [...]
It matters how the vendor booth is set up. I don't have a clue how this is done, but some booth arrangements work much better than others. The booth I signed my book in seemed to be working very well. People watching is fascinating! Having authors signing books is a big draw, even if customers [...]
I’ve been thinking a lot about contentment lately, or santosha as it’s known in yoga. Actually, I’ve been surprised at my ability to be content. As I spend precious time with my older cat, I am content and ready for every gift he gives me. He’s in a situation where he needs our care. We [...]
I’m using voice recognition software! It’s about time. Some things take me forever to figure out. In the past several years I’ve been more aware of the strain that writing can put on my wrists. My wrists will often get numb at night and I know that’s a danger sign. I’d do the stretching exercises [...]
Here's a guest post from Amy Egenberger, a life coach and artist who specializes in creative action. We have a lot in common -- She's trained as a co-active coach and an Awakened Wisdom life coach -- and you can find out more about her services at http://spiritout.com . ## For years making collages has [...]
My cats teach me lessons all the time – yes they do. We have a black cat named Rama (or Dyson, after the vacuum cleaner). Dyson is extremely athletic and will jump straight into the air (as high as four feet up) for a bug. Flying insects are visible to Dyson through our French doors. [...]