In our fast world, going slow can be a healthy option.
For years, I have been searching for a form of mediation that really works for me. As someone with a busy brain, sitting still and trying to think of nothing borders on torture. I do a little better with guided meditation, unless I'm asked to make decisions. Visualizing my favorite place or the last time... Continue Reading →
When I tell my friends I need to relax more, they often suggest that I should meditate. I've tried off an on for years to meditate, with mixed success. Trying to sit and think of nothing doesn't work for me. Mantras and counting are a little better, but I confess I don't meditate regularly because... Continue Reading →
Back in November, I bought myself an activity tracker. I've been trying to get more regular exercise and I read in Better Than Before: What I Learned About Making and Breaking Habits that tracking an activity helps us to improve our performance. I bought a Garmin Vivofit 2 because it was the simplest model that had... Continue Reading →