My 4 year old loves dresses. He loves dresses so much he has more of them than I do. He also loves to paint his nails, wear jewellery and rocks a very cool tiny hair braid with a pink bead on the end. His favourite colours are pink and red.
There’s so many people out there struggling with their sleep each and every night. And I’m not talking about parents of babies, toddlers or young children (though no doubt they would love a full night of sleep, but their situation is relatively temporary). Rather, people who find it difficult to get to sleep, to stay asleep or generally wake up without feeling refreshed – how sleep is meant to make you feel.
There are some memes getting around that frankly, I just can’t stand. And I know I shouldn’t get so worked up about a few words here and there, but my concern lies with people who are more vulnerable, people who will take note of them. People who don’t necessarily understand the world of natural health. I’ll explain with each in the list and you’ll start to see why. Well I hope so anyway 🙂
Confused about food? You’re not alone. And talk about information overload in the media. Chocolate is good for you, chocolate is bad for you. Fat is good for you, fat is bad for you. You’d be easily forgiven for having a mild headache when even thinking about what to eat for dinner tonight.
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I know how difficult it is to find time to meditate and give your poor brain a rest. That’s why I wrote this easy to read and easy to implement guide on how busy people can meditate easily every day.
I’ve already discussed how meditation should be easy. So now I’m going to make it even easier for you by walking you through a simple meditation and how it can typically pan out for an average Jo. Of course, everyone is different, but the purpose of this post is to bring some awareness to those of you who struggle with the concept of meditation or are still stuck on the concept that you must ‘clear your mind’ or that you ‘can’t meditate’ because it just ‘doesn’t work’.
Meditate? Pft. Who has time to put on lycra, get to a beach (or other serene location), sit on their bum, cross their legs, forefinger to thumb and think about absolutely nothing for 30 minutes in absolute isolation with no interruptions? Ummm… nobody I know.
It feels like just yesterday that you were driving me to dance classes then going for a walk along the beach with your friends while you waited.
It feels like just yesterday that you were talking to me about the bullies giving me a hard time at high school.
One could argue that everything in this world is quickly becoming about convenience. Convenient fast food, convenient transport, convenient bill paying, convenient shopping. But when it comes to feeling, we simply cannot afford to conveniently just ‘let it go’. I have heard a number of clients say to me: ‘I just need to let it go’. Well, that would be the ultimate convenience (in my line of work, anyway!)