Slow. Deliberate. Mindful. Those three words describe my newfound eating practice. I began my year, like so many others, with a fast. As I fast and pray, it’s about more than giving up food. This is the final semester of my Bachelor’s degree, and like […]
Month: January 2021
Feeling Our Feelings
The other day I experienced a shame attack. Have you ever had one of those? I felt exposed. I didn’t want to be seen. “What is up with that?” I asked myself. Tears came quickly as I wrote about the experience. I wondered if anyone […]
Have you ever considered the concept of wellness? The World Health Organization defines wellness as “a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease and infirmity.” Stop and think about the diseases or infirmities that have captured the headlines […]
What’s Your One Word?
Have you ever had a word get stuck in your head? Back in September, I saw a sign that said, “It’s time to OVERSEED.” Overseed? I searched Google for understanding. Apparently, this term is related to lawn care. My research uncovered several reasons to overseed: […]