A non-judgmental, non-striving, okay-if-you-don’t-do-it-all MINDFUL Summer Bucket List! (with a pdf download)
What new mothers need… and some exciting new things around here to try to meet those needs!
One of the joys of teaching mindfulness to teens is the many times when, in the course of a short lesson on breathing or listening, a fifteen-year-old can drop a truth-bomb that explodes with all the wisdom of a wizened Zen master. These small insights from young people reveal so many universals of the human experience. […]
The simple things, both large and small, that make a profound impact on the quality of our lives…
Practicing mindfulness means we simply accept the present moment for what it is. Because it is what it is. Because this is it.
What I want an exhausted and struggling mama of little ones to know. It gets better. SO MUCH BETTER.
What if we took the same warmth and love and presence and forgiveness that comes so easily from us when we’re with a puppy, and extended it to members of our own species?