If the Shoe Doesn’t Fit . . .

If the Shoe Doesn’t Fit . . .

Sigh. Here we are again. Despite my best efforts to declutter and pare down to only what I love and what fits, I have clothes I don’t need, that don’t fit, and that I certainly don’t love. But tackling closets and bureau drawers can be intimidating,...
What Are You Seeking?

What Are You Seeking?

It’s common for folks, even Diva-folks, to make resolutions to go with the turning of that final calendar page of the year. Now, overall, I don’t especially like New Year’s Resolutions (“NYR”). We tend to put too much pressure on...
Self-Care Sign In – 24

Self-Care Sign In – 24

I suppose it was bound to happen. After nearly three years of Covid restrictions, I slipped up and “got bit.” Being a firm believer in the stringent application of science to be able to live a comfortable life, I have been vaccinated and boosted – my...
Self-Care Sign In – 23

Self-Care Sign In – 23

In many ways, my self-care philosophy can be boiled down to this – “Slow Down.” While there are many parts of long-ago society that I have no desire to go back to (hobble skirts and gross inequality, for instance), other aspects are quite appealing...
Self-Care Sign In – 22

Self-Care Sign In – 22

Over the last week, I’ve had some incredible examples of how attitude changes outlook. What I want to focus on for this post is a truly powerful tool that we all have at our fingertips – the power of asking. It started with a small thing – I asked an...
Self-Care Sign In – 21

Self-Care Sign In – 21

For about five weeks now, I’ve started nearly every day with a short meditation followed by a few minutes of stretching to work these stiff joints of mine. The difference is amazing and is an excellent example of how self-care can have a truly beneficial impact...