Living Dreams In Judy’s Rainbow 🌈! Women’s Herstory Month 2020

She was more than an entertainer, Hollywood icon, singer, actress, or dancer. Judy Garland is the performance of how to. . .dream! What she taught Hollywood, her audience, and the world, is that dreams are invisible hopes, that we seek in a reality. Her quotes, songs, performances, characters, and interactions with her audience were reflectionsRead more ⟶

Gazes Of Truth! Women’s Herstory Month 2020

The eyes are consistently viewed as the telling of truth. Eyes reveal truth, even when the mouth hides from it. That’s the reality of it. Covering the eyes, consistently can mean a few things. It can mean that one doesn’t want their inner truth revealed. Afraid of one’s vulnerabilities to be exposed. Or, it meansRead more ⟶

Joyful Work, Through Restless’ Times!

In these current times, and states of Being, one can feel the fruition of hard work to be halted. Its the worst feeling, ever. Well, one of the worst. The anguish of disappointments and frustrations in not seeing one’s current work, blossom, is heightened. With job lay offs, changes in work schedules, restructuring your homeRead more ⟶

Tips from a Psychiatrist on Coping at Home During Coronavirus

Across the country and indeed the globe, the coronavirus pandemic has upended people’s lives. Over 150 million Americans have been ordered to stay home, and the vast majority of them are not physically ill right now. This news still feels like a shock to the system, but as these radical changes shift from days to weeksRead more ⟶

I Replaced My Daily Coffee With Tea for a Week and This is What Happened

“I think the answer is we all need a little help, and the coffee’s a little help with everything—social, energy, don’t know what to do next, don’t know how to start my day, don’t know how to get through this afternoon, don’t know how to stay alert. We want to do a lot of stuff;Read more ⟶

Everyday Habits of Energetic People

Energy is the key thing we all need to consistently do our best work — it’s the basis for getting things done. For many people, working around the clock and wearing multiple hats at once is the only way to consistently deliver results — their daily habits define their energy levels. When you are feelingRead more ⟶

6 Daily Habits to Nourish Your Mind, Body and Spirit during the Quarantine

I’ve been using the word “surreal” a lot lately to describe this new reality we are living. It kind of feels like that week between Christmas and New Year’s, where I’m just kind of floating around not really knowing what day it is. In fact, I recently wished a friend a “Happy Saturday” and subsequentlyRead more ⟶

Rising Creativity In the Time Of Corona!

Social distancing and isolation are two of the aftermaths in the global fight of the Corona virus epidemic. People are staying inside. Rarely going outside. And, it is causing anxiety, panic, and even depression for those who are not used to navigating such a predicament. It can even feel restless and suffocating. However, there isRead more ⟶

Steelness Of A Woman, In Danger’s Quiet Sound! Women’s Herstory Month 2020

One of the powers and beauty of music, during this time of the international corona epidemic, is its power to bring mental, spiritual, and emotional clarity. As millions around the world, are experiencing the fear of food shortages, shortage of hospital beds, and intense fear, music and the arts are those special havens of quiet.Read more ⟶

The Language We Can Use to Talk About Coronavirus With Our Kids

At every waking moment, it seems that we can’t escape hearing about Coronavirus. Every media outlet talks non-stop about COVID-19, so it’s no wonder that parents are worried about how to address this rapidly spreading contagious illness with their children.   I think it’s necessary to be careful of the language we’re using, especially with youngRead more ⟶