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Roles and Social Wellness
Monday, April 25, 2011      13 comments

As I’ve blogged about 2 of the 7 elements of Wellness, I thought I might focus on the remaining 5; the first being Social Wellness. The symbol is 3 people with connected ha... Read more
Earth Day & Environmental Wellness
Friday, April 22, 2011      5 comments

I’ve been thinking about my healthy journey on Earth Day in the US. As some of you know I’m a ‘Wellness Ambassador’ for my office and as such promote events that build awareness of the many ways we can live a healthy life. well•ness \w... Read more
Commitment vs. Hunger
Thursday, April 21, 2011      14 comments

As I stated a couple days ago, commitment requires responsibility and promises, particularly to ourselves. I joined BESTMEICANBE11 and PRANA_DANCER on a 100 Day Exercise Challenge and couldn’t get out of bed to meditate, little less start ... Read more
Inspiration - just when you need it
Wednesday, April 20, 2011      10 comments

This site continues to amaze me. emoticon I've been floundering with my exercise and what do I find on my fri... Read more
Commitment and Meaning
Tuesday, April 19, 2011      10 comments

Encarta Dictionary offers the following definitions for commitment: responsibility (something that takes up time or energy, especially an obligation), loyalty (devotion or dedication, e.g. to a cause, person, or relationship) and the Thesaurus n... Read more
Meditation Opportunities
Monday, April 18, 2011      5 comments

I have found less time to blog, but wanted you to be aware (albeit late) of a couple opportunities: Blooming Humans is on a 42 day journey “to assist in re-designing our inner landscape by shifting our focus into our Hearts and awakening to... Read more
Women's Retreat - Last Hour
Thursday, April 14, 2011      13 comments

We ended the retreat with communion. While again a Christian celebration, I would like to share only the parts of the ceremony I consider human ‘communion’ and more specifically those parts that unify women. (Sorry again guys…) We began ... Read more
Women's Retreat - Walking Meditation
Wednesday, April 13, 2011      7 comments

Lunch was followed by a walking meditation. We were invited to choose a rock to carry as we walked. I selected this one as it fit nicely in the hand, was smooth on the ‘outside’, yet broken on the ‘inside’, reminding me I had much work ahead on ... Read more
Women’s Retreat - Lunch
Tuesday, April 12, 2011      3 comments

Lunch was next, but before we ate, our hostess shared her bread recipe as well talked about the story of food. She suggested we do not need to leave our homes to ‘work-out’ @ the gym, but could be present while we work (prepare) in our kitchens ... Read more
Women's Retreat - Guided Meditation
Monday, April 11, 2011      10 comments

Next we participated in a guided healing meditation. As an introduction to our meditation, we heard about the healing of the man at the pool (John 5:1-4) and I learned that Tertullian wrote “An angel, by his intervention, was wont to stir ... Read more
Women's Retreat - Hour 3
Thursday, April 07, 2011      8 comments

We next broke up into small groups to discuss two questions; 1) Where is God calling you and 2) What do you need help with? Talk about loaded (laden) questions… ... Read more
Women's Retreat - Hour 2
Wednesday, April 06, 2011      8 comments

Thanks for your comments on yesterday’s blog – I hope to write about each hour, (9-2) so join me if so moved. The second hour we participated in a lectio divina; a way of using scripture to study, ponder, listen and rejoice. ... Read more
Womens Retreat - Hour 1
Tuesday, April 05, 2011      12 comments

As I noted yesterday, I attended a Women’s Retreat Saturday. The theme was Spirituality in Every Day Life and while the focus was Christ-centered, I think there’s much to share no matter our beliefs. After a wonderful light breakfast, incl... Read more
The Components of Flavor
Monday, April 04, 2011      11 comments

I treated myself to a Women’s retreat Saturday, which I plan to blog about this week. Our hostess is a registered dietician and she served us fabulous baked bread, plus shared the recipe. It is her rendition of bread she was served in South Afri... Read more
De-stressing Mind, Body and Soul
Thursday, March 31, 2011      12 comments

As I continue my Spring energy and joy hunt, I find Chee Gates “Eleven simple, natural ways to chill in a very un-chill world” www.fitnessmagazine.com/
o-relieve-stress-naturally/ She starts... Read more

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