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Summer Drawing Lessons for Children and Adults

When my son was a few months old, tiny, dependent on me for everything, and I was in a whole new and unfamiliar world, a world of sleep deprivation, of sharing my body and every moment with this new little person, there was a small voice inside me that told me I...

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Energetic Palette Cleanse

So, I've  been listening to this podcast, and it makes me feel a tad bit depressed. I won't name it here, but I'll say that it is a great work of art. It's a really thoughtful look into the lives of some complicated people. I'm pretty hooked on it, and there is only...

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It Will Become Completely Obvious

A friend of mine, who is a writing coach, recently wrote a blog post about the difference between yin and yang styles of writing. She tends to be very yin when writing. By yin, I mean passive, receptive and intuitive as opposed to yang which is more active, dynamic...

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Life is but a Dream, Sweetheart

Alright, we are going to go deep on this one. Buckle your seatbelts. When I was a child, I was frequently bothered by a question I just could't seem to answer. The question was this: How can I tell if I am dreaming? Our experience in the dreamworld seems so real, so...

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Thank You!

In the past few months of creating our Humans of WorkWell Series, I have enjoyed the unexpected pleasure of getting to hear from so many of our clients about what matters to you most. It has been funny, touching and inspiring. In all these years of saying hello and...

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Checking Our Blind Spots

Who remembers the moment during the town hall debate between presidential nominees Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton when they each were asked to name one thing they admired about the other? The question was uniquely non-political, and at the time, I thought it was a...

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Trusting Life

Hello, dear community. I've recently been thinking a lot about trust. What comes to mind when you hear that word? I think for a lot of us, the first thing that comes up is our relationships and how comfortable we are or are not with trusting other people. But the...

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We’ll See!

A friend recently told me this great Taoist story: There was an old farmer who had worked his crops for many years. One day his horse ran away. Upon hearing the news, his neighbors came to visit. "Such bad luck," they said sympathetically. "We'll see," the farmer...

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Vata Season

In the Ayurvedice system, one adjusts food, exercise, and self care regimens to the seasons as well as to personal body types.  As winter approaches, we enter Vata Season.  Here from Yoga International are some tips to thriving in Vata’s time: Vata Season...

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Setting Intention Throughout the Day

Hello Sweet Community. The cold weather is finally here. The dark comes early every day. The rain and drizzle have been near constant. It's a little harder to get out of bed in the morning. It takes a few extra layers and some waterproof boots to go outside and enjoy...

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