When we travel our perspectives change. Have you ever visited somewhere new?
Some place completely different than where you live?
Do you notice how your perspective may shift, if only just a little?
Recently, my husband and I went to visit the city he was born in, Chicago, IL. He lived there up until he was about 8 or 9 and enjoyed many fun memories of the city and areas around it. While we were visiting, the idea to do a quick Facebook Live came to mind.
I have a wonderful friend who has taken the time to video blog his experiences after each yoga class. Recently, he shared deep from his soul about how he let his true self disappear while attempting to date another. In his video, following the end of their courtship, he spoke about how he was touched during the final relaxation pose of our yoga session (also known as Savasana — another reason to come to yoga? We take naps!). He mentioned his physical and emotional release an
I recently spent a week with my younger sisters, and through this experience I was reminded of my own childhood. I am thankful for this time with them and the moment to reflect. While growing up, Disney movies and Nickelodeon were keen influences on my way of life. One of my favorites still rings true today — Disney’s version of “The Jungle Book.” Its catchy song “Bear Necessities” has given me a few “ah-ha!” moments while replaying it in my head. “Look for the bare necessiti