Latest on the Blog
I’m sharing a self-care practice with you that is beautifully adaptable to the seasons as well as life’s challenges and goals. A compass point to come back to especially when you’re feeling depleted, insecure, or challenged by the unknown.
As I write this, we’ve just had a few blissful, unexpected days of sunshine. It was easy to sit up and notice the early mornings becoming lighter, delicate snowdrops peeking through the hard winter soil and the sound of birdsong all around.
It didn’t last long and by the weekend, the skies had clouded over, reminding us that we’re still in winter.
It is a winter wonderland outside as I write this. We no longer have darkness at night in Luzern but a gentle, hazy glow that beckons me to look outside just one more time if I’m restless and not sleeping. I love the silence that a blanket of snow brings, an invitation to pause, to breathe and rest in the moment. This is the romantic version that I’m appreciating today. Last week began differently.
2020 has been a year like no other and as we come through the final bend and head towards the holiday season, we’re being asked to reimagine our festive celebrations. For many this means spending time away from parents and extended family or unable to travel back to your home country.
If we can shift our focus away from what we feel we ‘should’ do and what looks good on paper (or a calendar) and begin by offering and showing ourselves a new level of kindness, a level of grace that allows us to ask ourselves…
It has been almost 9 months since I launched my project to have 100 Conversations about Self-Care.
It is my commitment to have 100 conversations with people who strive to bring greater depth and deeper purpose to their life, work and relationships. I’m interested in learning how you define self-care.