Day 226 of #LiveWell2017 Last night, I watched the sunset from the Rooftop Deck, my last Oregon sunset for awhile. Today, I say goodbye to Portland. I am so grateful for this beautiful city I've been lucky to call home for the past few years, and I am especially grateful for the people who have … Continue reading A precious moment and goodbye
Day 212 of #LiveWell2017 Can you believe another 2017 month has come and gone? We're smack dab in the middle of summer now. I hope you are having a great one, sharing love and kindness everywhere you go. We can make the world kinder, one small act at a time. July's posts were a mixed … Continue reading July #LiveWell2017 recap
Day 207 of #LiveWell2017 This is Day 2 to practice Elementary School Rules. None of us are perfect. We each have our own quirks, habits, beliefs, and opinions. So, getting along and being kind can sometimes pose a challenge. Nevertheless, everyone has some good in them somewhere. Today's challenge is to look for the best … Continue reading Look for the best in others
Day 186 of #LiveWell2017 I've been thinking about people I love who are going through some tough times. It's always hard to see people suffer, especially when they live far away and I can't really do much to help them, other than be there for them emotionally and offer moral support. A long time ago, … Continue reading Extend ki and spread some love
Day 153 of #LiveWell2017 Today, I am grateful for this little app called Insight Timer that has helped me stay on track with my meditation practice. It includes guided meditations and dharma talks that help me learn and give my practice some variety and inspiration. When I use it to meditate, I can see that there … Continue reading My favorite meditation app
Day 148 of #LiveWell2017 Be happy. Be you. You are your happiness. Be true to you.
Day 126 of #LiveWell2017 The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took the other, as just as … Continue reading Which road will you take?