As I reflect on a passage in one of my daily readers today, I pause to consider the ways I can still tend to practice insanity.
Thank Goodness I Am Not Just My Body! Do you look in the mirror or have a photograph taken of yourself and LIKE what you see? There are many diets on the market, exercise programs, diet pills, etc.
By one definition, mindfulness means maintaining a moment-by-moment awareness of our thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations, and surrounding environment.
I'll blunder if I don't practice self care for a late night date
Today, I have much gratitude for a staff and client base that help me to take care of myself as I strive to serve them and the many clients whom I consider “Under My Protection and Care”.
Like many of you, I can really have a tendency to get overwhelmed by being overly responsible. It seems there's always so much to do. Today, I have learned that, while I do have responsibilities, there are also many things I do not have to do.
Learning to embrace change
My staff and I are said to be the best Fitness Professionals and Functional Aging Specialists in the Coastal Bend. We know a bit about changing bodies for the better.
Learning to take care of myself has been three fold for me – physical, mental and spiritual. At times I have neglected my health on all three of these fronts, so my recovery from patterns of addictive thinking has had to be threefold as well.
Chapters close and open in our lives, be it the end of a year, death of a loved, a health diagnosis or just sick and tired of feeling sick and tired all the time.