(aka unleighshing on the fantasy life) Getting Real about Marie Kondo In the world of Marie Kondo, people talk about the importance of purging your fantasy self- the part of you which secretly hopes to be this person you’ll actually never be, and to let go of the things you own which represent this fantasy... Continue Reading →
With social media being such an integral part of what I do, I’m attached to my device a fair bit and I’ve discovered that it’s limiting my ability to flow especially when I can easily get lost in the thick maze of someone else’s here ‘n’ now and the barrage of digital social media-y awesomeness that comes with that. Would holidaying from my phone this March Break hold the key to everlasting flow?
The true mark of having transformed your life, I read earlier this week, is when you’ve got a great back story and no longer need to tell it. Now six drafts into penning this final post for my series on Change ‘n’ Transformation, and I'm seeing how this is true, explaining perhaps why I find... Continue Reading →
Once I was ready for change, I knew that I needed something to focus me through it. I’d done a lot of work on the inside and I knew that the outside needed some maintenance.
(aka Unleighshing your Character) In part 3 of my Change ‘n’ Transformation Series, I delve into how it’s never too late to think about the kind of person you want to be and to begin taking steps to redefine yourself. I woke up in the middle of 35 to find a lethargic, anxious, underactive, and... Continue Reading →
I knew through this dark time, more than I’d ever known before, that there is power in the inexplicable spiritual, solace in the divine, and grace for the weary. I needed in on that.
In possession of a KM’d home and now newly KM’d energy fields, I had the focus to start creating a healthier version of me. Like the pristine corners of my bookshelves and neatly folded drawers a la Marie Kondo, that’s what I wanted my body to reflect: clean, organized, efficient healthiness.