This ongoing pandemic has taught me so many things about life, about the world, and about people. I’m still learning new things. One of the many things I’ve learned is to listen carefully to what people say before refuting their beliefs with mine.
Health and Wellness
My 90-day challenge with OMRON is coming to an end, and I’ve discovered a new level of adulting. Regularly measuring my blood pressure is a new way of showing up for myself, and I’m learning a lot about myself along the way.
Figuring out the physical and mental lessons of this OMRON 90-day heart health challenge. Measuring my blood pressure on a consistent basis is an exercise in intentional self-care that I had never regularly attempted before.
OMRON has challenged me to make a 90-day decision to start a journey towards monitoring and improving my blood pressure. I’m ready. I’m doing it for me, and I’m doing it on the advice from my mom who doesn’t want me to go through what she’s experienced.
I know I’m not alone in the post-holiday impulse to treat myself. This year I discovered some great products that truly helped me work better, live better, or relax a little more. Here are some tried and tested items that are truly worth your splurge if you’re in the mood.
This is the beginning of a series of projects I’m going to share with you, my adventures in trying new things and how they turned out. First up, making pasta from scratch, with the new tools I got from Abt Electronics!
I realize there are a few things I can do to improve the quality of my sleep. At the very least I can try to improve the likelihood that I get a full night of sleep before going to bed. Sharing all of this in case it helps you too!
Times are heavy and serious. So here’s a little distraction – a review of water pitchers to consider getting for your home, instead of stocking up on cases of water (which are getting hard to find out my way, maybe you’re experiencing the same thing). When the coronavirus craziness hit the TV news – before…
Trying to make sense of our new normal in a stay-at-home, self-quarantined, dealing with coronavirus world.
I’m depressed, sad and working through a lot right now, but I intend to use this time to lean into my purpose. The world is running down. How can we make the best of what’s still around?
I think I first heard the word “fibroids” in the late 80’s or early 90’s. It was when my aunts went to the hospital to have surgery for theirs. I was too young to get the full explanation, all I really remember is being brought to visit my aunty in her hospital room and seeing…