Tag Archive: reading

Silences.

Family Vacations and The Most Fundamental Need of HSPs    Two months ago, InwardMarvels grew quiet. This was based on a conscious and unannounced decision: I was in my very last few weeks… Continue reading

A Plea for the Right to Stillness

A place to be quiet, listen, be still, is not merely a solitary refuge from the noisy busyness of the world. It is not simply an absence of intrusion; it is in itself… Continue reading

Stop to Continue

This, I find, generally works for any task you are trying to get done. Give it a try tonight after a day’s worth of work :) The best way is always to stop… Continue reading

An Awakened Life

People often say to me, “I’d love to practice mindfulness, but I’m so busy I can’t seem to find the time.” Most people think of mindfulness as something they must squeeze into an… 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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