Evening meditation time. Racism and violence are all around us. It’s part of why I donate so much of my book profits to support women’s shelters. Tonight I’m meditating on whether these scenes should be in my “entertainment”. I know racism and violence exist. I invest my own time and money to help break the cycle. Next, I do feel it’s important in general to watch award-winning movies to stay in tune with cultural references. Still, if something upsets me, surely there’s a balance. I don’t need to watch a movie to know racism and violence happen. I know already. And if the other option is to reduce my empathy level, I’m not sure I like that either … #Namaste
Evening meditation time. Find time to sit and talk with supportive family and friends. Drink a glass of wine. The contact renews and reinvigorates you for all that is to come. #Namaste
Evening meditation time. I’m now in the final preparations for an upcoming big March art-and-poetry show at the Worcester Public Library. It’s gonna be an amazing show! I’ll let you know when it goes live :). Take a break with me and savor life! #Namaste
Evening meditation time. Did you know, if you added yoga and meditation to your daily routine, that you could reduce currently needed health care / prescriptions / etc. by 43%?
It’s free, easy, and can greatly improve your health! Join me! #namaste 🙂
I recently finished my daily yoga session. Find a way to move each hour! It can be a walking meditation to bring mindfulness. Those little moments add up and matter! #namaste
One idea is to set a timer on your computer or cell phone to beep and remind you.
Evening meditation time. I’m horrified – 50% of US states let girls age 12 be forced into marriage by their parents. That’s younger than puberty. And it IS HAPPENING. We need to all contact our reps.
Evening meditation time. I’ve finally finished book 4 in my Sutton mystery series! Happy! Every day is an opportunity for making progress :). Meditation brings you the focus to help it happen! #Namaste
Evening meditation time. I published a story set in Korea; now I’m finalizing book 4 in my murder mystery series. Every day is a step. Make a little progress today. It adds up. #Namaste
Evening meditation time. If you or a loved one is buying a pet *always* check out the source. Make sure it’s not a puppy mill. If you’re at a store, find out where they source their pets. Puppy mills are more prevalent than you might think. #Namaste
My daily yoga practice with my daffodil bulbs encourages me to focus and stretch. Every day is a new opportunity for change. I love how their roots intertwine and support each other. #Namaste