Evolving Wellness Blog
Overwhelm & Grief
It’s the middle of April and we all should be gripping about our taxes that are due but we’re not. How I long to be stressing over the yearly mundane ritual of getting all my tax information together and holding my breath to see if I receive a tax refund. But instead of praying for
Is your trust a commodity?
Should you think of your trust as a commodity? I am actually haunted by Maldcom Gladwell’s new book Talking to Strangers where he breaks down information and understanding of how we fall to preditors with demented malintent. You see I am the poster girl for giving away my commodity of trust. With a failed marriage
3 Affordable and Attainable Ways to Further Your Yoga Practice
Wondering what the next steps should be in your yoga journey? That’s a question many beginners have, but it’s one that doesn’t need to require a lot of cost or effort to answer. Read on to learn about some simple and affordable steps you can take to enhance your yoga practice. Creating a Practice Space
A New Cycle is Coming!
A new ten-year cycle is coming! A new ten-year cycle is happening! I feel like Paul Revere! Alerting everyone to a new ten-year cycle is occurring! There is a divine offer of a new slate or blank canvas to write the next part of your life’s TEN year story on. Are you going to accept
Foods Pregnant Women Should Avoid During Pregnancy
While it is an exciting time for you, you will quickly learn this period also comes with a lot of changes to your body. All of a sudden, you find that you’re craving some foods than others, while even the thought of certain foods makes you gag. The immune system of a pregnant woman changes
10 Years From Now… What Will Really Matter?
We’re jumping into a new ten year cycle I know it’s only November and typically my November newsletter is focused on self-gratitude, kindness and thankfulness during the month that we celebrate Thanksgiving but I wanted to pivot this month and begin thinking about 2020. A new decade. A new ten year cycle. I wonder if
As we transition into Fall 2019 I wanted to discuss “forgiveness” as an overriding energy or concept for the remainder of the year. My fellow colleagues and I have begun classifying summer 2019 feeling like “Armageddon in people’s lives”. The chaos, upheaval and distress that clients have been experiencing has been disportionate to that of
You Did My Girl Dirty, Martha
Back in April, Time 100 celebration was held and Taylor Swift was the final artist to perform a few songs. Martha Stewart was in attendance and, during Taylor Swift’s set, began posting very bad, no good, “aggressively zoomed” pictures of Swift on her Instagram account. Regardless of whether you’re in or out of the Taylor
Struggling with what to do for your ex on Father’s Day after divorce
Milestones after trauma and loss can trigger emotional healing even when it doesn’t feel that way. Emotional releases present themselves in so many different ways and the ability to receive the “energy of release” is a process and understanding. Father’s Day was founded on June 19, 1910 by Sonora Smart Dodd. Dodd’s father was a
Strategies for facing the first Mother’s Day after loss of your mother, your marriage or pregnancy
Milestones after trauma and loss can trigger emotional healing even when it doesn’t feel that way. Emotional releases present themselves in so many different ways and the ability to receive the “energy of release” is a process and understanding That second Sunday in May after a miscarriage, death or divorce can be excruciating. Here are