Posts tagged "stress"

Maintaining Peace on the 'L'

Maintaining Peace on the 'L'
There’s not much that is pleasant about the Red Line during rush hour. Something or someone usually smells like piss or body odor or moldy shoes, and the extremely cramped conditions are only the rotten cherry on top. If ever the phrase, “like cattle,” had a place, the Red Line would be it. But, I... Read more »

Embracing Imbalance

I struggle with balance, in every way applicable. My overly practiced tree pose will always be wobbly. I can never find time (or energy) in my schedule to work out, eat, AND be social. My meals often consist of what’s left in the fridge. And, I think it’s very safe to say that the majority... Read more »

Self-Diagnosed Food Addict Meets Juice Cleanse - DAY 3!

To catch up on anything you missed, here’s Day 1 and Day 2! Day 3: so close, yet so far. From the minute I woke up, I had a very stong feeling that this day would suck more than the other two, and I was right. Besides the fact that it was my last day of... Read more »
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Unemployment Yoga

Unemployment Yoga
No, Unemployment Yoga does not really exist…until now, because it should. As a currently unemployed (but previously employed) post-grad, I find myself in a position that I never thought I would be in. Yes, I am well aware that the job market is a nightmare these days and I’m definitely not alone – BUT I... Read more »

Just Breathe.

Just Breathe.
Plain and simply, breath is life. We begin our life with an inhale and end it with a final exhale. Thus, instead of measuring a life by days or years, it’s conceivable to think of a lifespan as a compilation of breaths – accumulating faster or slower depending on what we’re doing or going through.... Read more »