Archive for January 2012

Day Two and Three of My Meditation Challenge

Day Two and Three of My Meditation Challenge
Last week at the suggestion of my yoga teacher, I committed to five minutes of meditation every day.  Read here for details from Day One.  I’ve enjoyed this journey and am trying to follow the path without getting discouraged.  I remind myself that this is a process and like anything else takes practice.  Day Two: I... Read more »

Can You Meditate For Five Minutes A Day?

Can You Meditate For Five Minutes A Day?
I used to be intimidated by meditation. Not only daunted by the thought of sitting in stillness, but bad at it as well.  Harder than any of the asanas attempted during yoga class, the meditation or final relaxation was the biggest challenge.  I struggle daily with letting go as I am constantly thinking of what I... Read more »

You Might Be Surprised What Goes On Behind Closed Doors

You Might Be Surprised What Goes On Behind Closed Doors
I cautiously posted last week about the argument my man and I had about our schedules and child care. Surprisingly, I’m glad I did since some unique conversations have come out of it.  My mom mentioned that when she was my age none of her many mom pals ever talked about their problems with kids or marriage.  She assumed all her friends... Read more »
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Four Year Old Needs Asian Caucasion Bone Marrow Donor

Four Year Old Needs Asian Caucasion Bone Marrow Donor
Does this adorable little boy remind you of your son?  He is a lot like most four year olds except he is sick and desperately searching for a generous individual to save his life.  Kyle Crawford is a half-Chinese, half-Caucasian 4-year-old with aplastic anemia – a condition where the body does not produce enough new blood... Read more »