It was a YEAR. I started by taking the month of January to reflect on the previous year and then spent the rest of the year really putting my self-care practices to the test.
Looking through all these posts, I can, without a doubt, say I feel genuinely proud of the work I’ve put out in the world this year.
I hope you find something that helps make your life feel more healthy, happy and sane.
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Without further ado, here’s 2014 in review.
With lots of love and compassion,
Looking Back in Order to Look Forward
Tips For Starting and Maintaining a Daily Meditation Practice
Permission to Rest (For As Long As It Takes to Feel Better)
19 Tips On Taking Care of Yourself While in the Middle of Taking Care of Those That You Love. Plus 6 Tips for Helping Others Who are In Need
10 Things I Loved In February 2014
Simple Techniques For Adding Self-Care to An Already Over-Scheduled Life
Want More Energy? Make Less Decisions.
Featured Teacher Nikki Stern: Connecting Food and Mood
10 Things I Loved in March 2014
Removing Obstacles to Your Self-Care
The Healthy Happy Sane Teacher Home Study Program – self care isn’t just for teachers!
Please Introduce Yourself (and how can I best be of service?)
Even Imperfect Self-Care Counts!
Summer of Intentionality Part 1: To READ
Summer of Intentionality Part 2: To DO
Summer of Intentionality Part 3: To LEARN
10 Things I Loved in June 2014
5 Reasons to Go On A Yoga Retreat
9 Ways to Keep Your Cool This Summer (+ 12 More)
Favorite 15 Minute Dinner (vegan + gluten free)
10 Things I Loved In Summer 2014
Treat Yourself: 8 Reasons Why Private Yoga Sessions Might Work for You
TGBTS Cooks! Green Muffins (aka my girl’s birthday cupcakes)
Links Worth Clicking – Fall 2014
All the Self-Care in the World Can’t Save You
Can Your Smart Phone Improve Your Health?
Restoration Not Resolutions the WHY behind my annual New Year’s Day workshop.
Feel Lonely and Sad at the Holidays?
Why Choose a Word of the Year?