Managing Your Anxiety During Corona Virus

I’ve been making light about the panic around toilet paper and other supplies on my other social channels, but I must  admit, as a person who’s anxious, it was hard to keep things in perspective when out getting groceries today. I am not a health professional, so please check all the tips I am aboutContinue reading “Managing Your Anxiety During Corona Virus”

A Little Glue, A Little Paper, A Lot of Insight

At certain pivot points of my life in acting, I’ve needed a hobby where I didn’t have to perform.  For me, decoupage has been a place to exercise my right brain, create and decompress without feeling the need to “do it right” or impress.  I’ve done a few good pieces over the years, including aContinue reading “A Little Glue, A Little Paper, A Lot of Insight”

Giving Myself Time

It seems like there’s never enough time.  We pack our schedules full, keep busy, keep moving and still, there’s an emptiness.  Time just flies, and we have so little time for ourselves. This past week, I resolved to give myself some time back.  I resolved not to just wake up and do, do, do.  IContinue reading “Giving Myself Time”

In Body, Embody

We have to embody the world we want to see.  If we want less hate, less judgment and more compassion, then we have to hug more.  We have to smile more.  We have to shake hands more. Sometimes, though, it’s hard to be “in” our bodies.  Our society privileges the mental and we become mental. Continue reading “In Body, Embody”

The Simple Joy of a Bubble Bath

Just a reminder that in 2019, self care doesn’t have to be lavish.  It doesn’t have to be expensive.  It doesn’t have to be hours of your time.  I took a bubble bath last night, and WOW…it did me a world of good.  What was different though, why I am bothering to write about it,Continue reading “The Simple Joy of a Bubble Bath”

Deep Coughs, Deep Breaths, Deep Insights

I had to take time just to breathe, with full focus, with full intent.  It’s so important that we breathe, especially if in our stressful moments, especially if our tendency is to hold our breath.  Breath can heal and I was reminded of that as I journeyed with this bug.