How to Have Healthy Alone Time

How to Have Healthy Alone Time https://makeitultrapsychology.wordpress.com/2017/09/22/how-to-have-healthy-alone-time/ — Read on makeitultrapsychology.wordpress.com/2017/09/22/how-to-have-healthy-alone-time/ This blog shares good strategies and the benefits of grabbing time alone for yourself. It’s hard to do most weeks, but finding even small moments can have big affects. I challenge you all to sneak in some time for yourselves. I’ve got some planned…

The Dreaded Decade

  I remember when the first month had passed. I couldn’t believe I hadn’t heard your laugh or felt one of your loving hugs in thirty days. Unfathomable. Today marks ten years. The dreaded decade mark I can’t believe is here, a decade since our last mother-daughter moment. It seems impossible that I have moved…

I’m Being Followed

My husband attended a particularly dreary doctor’s appointment with me in November, and afterwards he took me to the Asheville Arboretum for a mental reprieve. These pictures were taken from that fall afternoon. Looking at the last rays of sunlight filtering through the trees, I didn’t focus on how beautiful nature’s shadow was. I thought…

Grief is a Dog.

Originally posted on Alice in Authorland:
“Your real life, your whole life, is worth getting your heart broken a few thousand times.” ~ Martha Beck Take a vacation with Grief. Take the trip. I’m not talking about going somewhere, but getting to the bonfire of your broken heart. Take a vacation with Grief the way…

Incandesce 

I heard today that to evolve as a person we must be at a precipice in life. Having felt it’s gravity several times myself, I know this to be true.   Life’s brevity has followed me like a shadow, shaping me into the person who runs after her dreams and goals. Neale  Donald Walsch said “Life begins at…