“Most people who have used Feng Shui have experienced changes in their circumstances. These often correspond to the actual energy around a relationship or situation rather than our desires. The results will ultimately serve our best interests, but the outcome is often unexpected.”
Remember this statement from a previous blog. It could not have been truer this week. My feng shui journey took an unexpected turn. And chaos erupted in my life – once again. Continue reading Unexpected Outcome
What do you love most about bread? Taste, smell, texture, shape, or what you can do between two slices of it?
I must admit, I love all of these. But the smell is my favorite – that sweet, yeasty aroma. And that is only one of the reasons that I love making my own bread. The other major reason is that I can put what I want in the bread and I know that the ingredients are good for me.
I certainly love eating fresh home-made bread – with butter and jam, toasted or as sandwiches.
Continue reading YI LOVE: Making Bread
April showers bring May flowers! It’s raining today which means I am inside catching up with indoor work and grateful that I was able to garden on the weekend.
While gardens are beautiful to look at, good for the soul, and a benefit to our environment – they also are work! And there is plenty of effort required before we start to see results in May and in fact the rest of the summer season. Continue reading The Zen of Gardening
If you ever wondered whether yoga is exercise – try it after an injury or an extended lay-off – and you will know for sure.
Every time I do yoga, I know that I am both stretching and strengthening my muscles. But when I haven’t done it for a while, I feel it even more in my achy muscles.
Continue reading Health Benefits of Yoga