Two poems on art and poetry itself.
You’re burned out, and the cumulative stress makes it hard to decide what to eat for dinner, let alone come up with innovative ideas. But people are still expecting you to produce creative solutions despite your current mental state. What do you do?
When things go wrong, we become our own worst enemy because we focus on things we don’t control. It’s one thing to read about these things. It’s another thing to actually put it in practice.
Enjoy these two hearty, delicious recipes.
What is the difference between living and existing?
I like to ask this question often in my life coaching group practice sessions (you know the one I'm getting certified for) because many of us go through our days on autopilot - without fully living.
And the simple act of thinking about the answer to this question puts you in a state of mindfulness and awareness.
We often get so caught up in simply existing - in thinking about how busy we are, emails and messages we have to return, distractions from social media, and the dreams we’re putting off because of fear or uncertainty.
That it can be easy to forget to experience life in its purest form and without judgment.