Tag Archive: health

Confessions of an HSP: The Moods of Others

A Study of Grumpiness *To my great joy, an altered version of this post was published on http://www.everyday-mindfulness.org. It is the third in a series of HSP Confessions, the first one being “Confessions… Continue reading

Don’t change.

Don’t change. Change is impossible, and even if it were possible, it is undesirable. Stay as you are. Love yourself as you are. And change, if it is at all possible, will take… Continue reading

The Miracle of a Slice of Orange

Just an ordinary orange. And yet I tend to forget how beautiful the things I devour are.

Fear.

Two quotes complimenting each other. Fear keeps us focused on the past or worried about the future. If we can acknowledge our fear, we can realize that right now we are okay. Right… Continue reading

Sunny Side Up Mindfully

a post on frying eggs with love Feel the morning cold of the kitchen floor radiating through your feet, put on fluffy slippers, cherish the soft cozy. Turn on the stove, rub your… Continue reading

Your Top Ten Destructive Thought Patterns

Thoughts are so pervasive we sometimes barely know they are there. They are ever powerful, exploding in our heads and, once we decide to follow them, dragging us along on a disorienting, dizzying… Continue reading

Stress: My Out-Of-Body Experience

*Edit: An altered version of this article appeared on Www.Everyday-Mindfulness.Org :) Last Thursday I made a terrible yet, in retrospect, hilarious mistake: I decided it was a smart idea to check my phone… Continue reading

Being Hot Fudge Sundaes

We don’t want to EAT hot fudge sundaes as much as we want our lives to BE hot fudge sundaes. We want to come home to ourselves. — Geneen Roth, Women, Food and… Continue reading

A Pear

  My newest secret hobby (when no one is looking at me, obviously) is looking at food. Yep. I said it. I find it strangely reassuring. Grounding. To carry a pear in your… Continue reading

The Soft Animal of Your Body

We meet in an airy high-ceiling room of a formerly Buddhist school; the building must have been built around 1900 and survived the war. The polish of the chestnut-colored hardwood floors reflects the… Continue reading

Daring Life as a Skinless Chameleon

“OF COURSE she is also one of those HSPs.“ Some time ago, I overheard a conversation in a cafe. From what I could gather, it was two teachers discussing a third person –… Continue reading

“One world at a time.” — Henry David Thoreau

This blog is under serious construction. In store are philosophical articles on being an HSP, introvert, intuitive eater, and a 21st Century Super(wo)man with a flair for mindfulness, nature, cooking, photography, reading, or… Continue reading

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