I’ve started back into a yoga practice, very slowly, after a long time of fearing that mat. For the last … Continue reading Savasana and the Art of Integration
The one thing that extra time at home with no discernable deadline-driven work affords is the chance to get caught … Continue reading Oil Pulling and Obamacare
It seems like a dream but allows me to say that in 40-something days, I’m headed to Peru…to hike the … Continue reading Guess what’s back on?
There are some things I just assumed would come with age: wisdom, a clear sense of self, the penchant for … Continue reading When You’re Middle-Aged and Struggle with Consistency
So, the past couple days I’ve been focused on baby steps; instead of taking huge large swings at enormous goals … Continue reading The Doctrine of Enough
It is still the season and I am here, living for it. But I have to say that for the … Continue reading The Bailey’s Conundrum
‘Tis the season! Almost daily at this time of year, I remind myself to stop and soak it in…this is … Continue reading Doing it Differently
“Here read this,” a choir-director friend of mine said, passing off Nestor’s yellow-covered hardback into my chest like a Heisman … Continue reading Book Report: James Nestor’s Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art
I’ve been feeling wretched the past two weeks: particularly uneasy, anxiety high, sad, unable to fall asleep, feeling the weight … Continue reading Sneaky Grief
I’ve been thinking a lot about my future recently. I’m at that scary point of needing a job change but, … Continue reading Now? Or Then?