Tag Archives: relaxation

Driving the speed limit

For the past few years, I’ve been driving at or below the speed limit. “How quaint,” you say. And how very fascinating for me to experience the world from the vantage point of a complete misfit. This is Massachusetts, after … Continue reading

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First, breathe

Next time you feel stressed out, try checking in with your breathing.  You’ll probably notice that it’s one of these things: Shallow, with only the top part of your chest moving as you breathe Rapid, as if you’re walking at … Continue reading

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Labyrinth pathways to ease

Have you ever walked a labyrinth? Perhaps you’ve done one of those twisty-turny mazes… Continue reading

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No hurry, no worry, Part 1

A friend told me about her Sabbath practice of “no hurry, no worry,” so  I decided to give it a try. On Sundays, I attempt to live a full day without rushing and without fretting. By doing this, I have … Continue reading

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