A story about aging, anxiety and acceptance as I enter my 50th year.
Oh this past summer was going to be the one! Yep - I had the grandest of plans. Yoga three times a week. Get back to running and finally complete the half marathon training that I ditched in the spring. Meditate- Every. Single. Morning. I could already hear what my friends would say come September … Continue reading A Pain in the Ass
Martha is easily one of my favourite people in the meditation class. She turned to me midway through the second session and whispered "I have no idea what the hell is going on here." - and I knew instantly we'd be kindred spirits. She's brash, outspoken, quick to laugh and definitely the most skeptical person in … Continue reading The Right Way to Meditate
When I was about 16 years old, my dad took my sister and I for a ski holiday in Whistler, BC. Although I was happy to be on vacation, I was also a self-absorbed little shit who was overly critical of pretty much everyone and everything. And as ashamed as I am to admit this … Continue reading Resolution 2015 – Letting The Lessons In
I recently had a really good cry. A long and stressful week culminated with a Friday morning trip to Target where I ended up at the cash with a big pile of goodies. After frantically checking my purse- I realized that I had no money and no phone! Shit! As I loaded the toddler back into … Continue reading The Upside of Crying at Target