So lovely to "see" you again. I hope you are doing well. Do you think about where you live? I recently heard a colleague say that she had never given it much thought until she moved to her current home. It's giving her so much pleasure, in part because of the location, it's helped her realize how little attention she gave to her location in the past. I've been giving it LOTS of brain-time recently. For almost two years now, I've been looking for a nest. If you've been followi
Happy Thanksgiving! If you're in the U.S., you're probably celebrating or at least you're aware that this is one of, if not the, most traveled times of the year here. Especially this year as people feel more open about visiting friends and family. Of course, this is not the only day we can give thanks! This week's Seed was simple and to the point: "Be obsessively thankful." That's all. Nothing more, yet I hope it got you thinking. I know I started to wonder about what else I
Hello!! How are you feeling today? I hope you know that when I ask a question like that, I'm really interested in knowing. I want you to be feeling good and if you're not, what can I do to help? I love 1:1 conversations. Contact me if you need a chat. email@example.com This week I heard someone tell a story about part of his fitness routine. Back in high school, his coach told him that jumping rope was excellent for overall conditioning. He started working out with a
How are you feeling these days? Does life feel complicated and like it has too many moving parts? I know what you mean and The Seed on Monday addressed that. I'm feeling pretty short and sweet myself and I'm going to keep The Bloom that way, too! Did you ever tackle a really big puzzle? One with 500 or even 1000 pieces?!? I don't know about you, but I'm willing to bet that you've felt overwhelmed, like I have, when first attacking it. You can apply this to anything, but let's
Happy November! It's amazing that we are this far along in the year. I hope you're looking forward to holidays and moving through this fall season. And speaking of moving, as you know I often spout off about sitting being the new smoking and telling people not to sit so much. Instead of saying "No" to something, let's say "Yes" to ... walking! One of the best things you can do for your overall wellbeing and self-care is to keep moving. Even if you're moving slowly, it's not a
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Barbara L Cummings, MS, RN, is a sassy Queen-ager, mentor, confidante and trusted guide who provides people with life support.