I hope you get to dance today
It’s not the partner you are with
or whether others are up for it or not
It’s all in your own choice and in your own stride
I hope you get to smile today
knowing you are loved in all your connections too!
You make love happen in every held moment
With every random act of kindness
I hope your hand touches someone
who needs you
It may be that one small gesture that sparks love
We are so happy when we are generous
I hope you are forgiving
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Have you noticed your inner perfectionist showing up a little more lately with stronger judgements, reactions, and more worry (especially at night)? It’s tough being a human, especially when living through a two-year war on COVID-19. A lot of us are feeling it these days. There is a rise in anxiety and depression in populations around our Globe. Perfectionism can be a major contributor to unhealth and isolation. We just expect a lot from ourselves and others. And this may be a time for more compassion and empathy. Relationship research is showing couples feeling closer than ever or coming apart. … Read the rest Read More
Do You Love Me?
So my husband & I are vacationing in Maui and I just have to share a little story of magic, mojo and beached serendipity… with a little twist at the end. I think it may help illuminate the value of having conversations that keep you feeling connected and in love.
It all started last night…or maybe 17 years ago when my husband Joe proposed to me on this special Island. 15 years of marriage later… two pandemic years of no travel… and all the realities of life, this has been a holiday well in the … Read the rest Read More
If there ever was a time to practice positivity, its NOW during this COVID-19 pandemic.
Research confirms that staying positive can enable your body to better recover and even fight off flu or colds. Social distancing, washing your hands, and not touching your face are THE most effective ways to stay safe and get through these coronavirus times. Yet the research regarding positivity and its relationship to enhancing health dates back to 2002. Managing stress well is shown to “modulate resistance to disease” (Dantzer, 2018). In other words, yes, let’s avoid being unnecessarily exposed to the coronavirus … Read the rest Read More
Whether you are in a relationship or you are a ‘solovalenteur’, how you feel today may be all up to YOU! Let’s talk about feeling SEXY.
S enses can be experienced in 21 ways
E xotic … shake, dance and be an original self
X terminate negativity
Y es and Y es
Senses can be experienced in 21 ways in our miraculous bodies. What you may not know, is that we actually have more than just our five commonly understood senses: sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste to play with.
We actually know from … Read the rest Read More