An Isolationist’s Gratitudes

Prior to social distancing at home, I had been keeping a daily gratitude journal. It was birthed in May of 2019 and except for a few weeks where it became a weekly gratitude journal, I’ve kept it up. Now, as my isolationism runs steady, it’s important to continue – to find gratitude for what I have rather than what I do not have. So, I am going to share my top ten thoughts of gratitude from the past month. OrganicRead more

One Liner Motion

“To me, if life boils down to one thing, it’s movement. To live is to keep moving.” ~Jerry Seinfeld~ I tell my chiropractor and massage therapist a version of this often. My goal is to physically keep moving. Except when I’m sleeping. Or on a Saturday morning when a cat and cup of coffee resist the urge. But still… I desire to keep moving. Moving toward new adventures. Engaging in a healthy lifestyle. Wrapping myself in emotional health. Pushing limitsRead more

Red Sign Question

Between the effects of going back to work (which equals nine hours away from home each day), putting in a few volunteer hours, and a couple of evenings filled with things to do, there has been no time to write a post. Tonight is no exception as I head to an appointment with the “this-is-not-your-little-sister’s-feel-good” massage therapist. So, with the use of a forgotten photo from a few weeks ago, I simply pose a question… What does this sign sayRead more