Have you ever stopped to ask yourself what causes a good day or a bad one? It could be as simple and as cliché as getting up on the wrong side of the bed, or perhaps you had an argument with your partner.
No matter the person or their bringing; no matter their life circumstances and lived trauma or how much damage they’ve had to endure, at the end of the day each of us needs to be able to give and receive love. Every person on this planet deserves to feel loved and feel connected to a community in whatever way that’s best for them.
“You think too much.” How many of us are familiar with hearing this line? Well, if you were drawn to this post, then I’m guessing it was said to you at some point in your life. I’m also guessing it wasn’t an isolated incident. And, it’s a rather loaded statement, isn’t it? Filled with its own not-so-subtle insinuations.
By now, we all know the benefits of maintaining a healthy lifestyle consisting of clean eating and exercise. There’s a plethora of information online to help curb your cravings, provide you with daily workout routines, and educate you on the variety of healthy food options available to push you to optimal health.
Like workout routines and famous diets for your body, Spiritual Fitness is a workout and diet for your soul. Unfortunately, this part of us – our soul
The new year has always been a time for evaluation – what’s working and what not working? It’s a time to reflect on past breakups, career transitions, and possible relocations. New Year’s resolutions are also a time for clean eating, renewing gym memberships, and dry Januarys.