08 May 2015
May 8, 2015

Be Like Water

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Looking back on this winter, I wonder how someone as extroverted as myself would choose to be alone so much. And not always happily. True, I was side-lined from skiing and yoga with a long drawn out shoulder injury. Did I need space? Space to think? To illustrate to myself exactly how I don’t want.. read more →

Resisting. Stalling. Procrastinating. Fearful. Loser. Lazy. These are the words Bootsy (one of my inner voices) has been using to describe me lately. Because I haven’t done what I thought I should do. And I know better than to listen to shoulds. Shoulds are usually what others expect. And expectations are the mother of all.. read more →

Just when I think I have it all figured out, pinching myself because I have a stupendous schedule with a perfect balance of physical activity, fulfilling work and time to play, right when everything is balanced like a spinning top, all my ducks are sashaying in a neat little row and I finally found the.. read more →

Tearing down a mountain on skis, unleashing my inner 8-year-old boy, there’s nothin’ finer! Last winter that’s just what I was doing. What I could do. One year later I’m fatter, weaker, nursing a back that is begging me to once again build a strong solid core. First day skiing, I lasted 1 hour. Next.. read more →

In August I ended a relationship that was, for over a year, filled with magical love. But ultimately, we were too mismatched. I was sad sad sad. It took me 3 weeks to literally fall down on my knees and physically grieve this incredible loss. This 3 week pause was the work of Sheila, who.. read more →