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Perspective

florida sunrise beach

Perspective. Taking some time away can do that. Even if it’s simply time away from the day to day routine in the same physical location. Often by the end of it we find perspective. However significant or not. A subtle shift can create change. Any change. Unplugging. Tuning out. Digital distractions diminished. What have you […]

Dr. Deborah McNamara

Deborah MacNamara

Deborah MacNamara, PhD is on Faculty at the Neufeld Institute, author of Rest, Play, Grow: Making Sense of Preschoolers (or anyone who acts like one), and operates a counselling practice supporting families. She is a dynamic teacher and experienced counsellor who makes developmental science come to life in the everyday context of home and classroom. […]

Walking my dog as a conscious transition back from being working mom to mom

beagle spaniel

This is my 10 year old furry female family member who does nothing but love. Thank goodness for her presence. I realized in speaking with Sheryl Paul  the other day on my podcast, it would be helpful for me to create a ritual to mark the transition from my working day to the non  ‘working’ […]

Marion Light

Marion Light

Marion Light has worked in the field of energy medicine and mindfulness for over twenty years. Marion is a registered Polarity therapy educator and certified craniosacral therapist. Her gift is in holding a safe and sacred space for others to uncover who they are. While she listens and connects deeply to the whole being, the […]

Mindfulness in motherhood

Present moment awareness

Is this why it’s often hard to be present? And isn’t this also why it’s so powerful when we can be ? We have access to so much in the present moment. Where are you right now ? Past? Present ? Future? Even just noticing is all you may need right now. It’s a practice […]

Motherhood, let’s create a village

Faces of Mother

  Embracing mother. All of her. All of you. The mother we are and the mother we are not. The mother we had and the mother we didn’t have. The mother we want to be and the mother we don’t want to be. Mother as we know her in all her splendor. Me, you, all […]