In my opinion, Ceremony spotlights the necessity of storytelling and story learning.
I have carried it in my backpack when I go hiking, I hid it in my purse during my friend’s wedding, it has joined me on many commutes, probably every vacation, and is most likely the object I would run into my burning house for.
Little Women is one of those books that is best read on a snowy or rainy day, with lots of tea, assortments of bread, fruits, and cake.
Yesterday I completed reading Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations as part of my reading challenge to read 16 books that have most impacted my life.
On Friday I kick-started my reading challenge to read 16 books that have most impacted my life, starting from most recently read to the books most distantly, tracing my steps from the woman I am now, to the young girl I once was. I…
For the next two months, I will be tracing my steps to my happier, healthier, and more open-minded self by reading the 16 books that have most impacted my life.
What does it take to build the life you want? I’m learning that such a road is not so simple to construct.
I see that I am still very much in the beginning phase of my wellness journey and still have quite a road ahead of me.
This morning when my first alarm went off at 5:40 AM, I was not in a place to remember that I was on a wellness quest and was moderately distraught.
I don’t have to carry this alone and I do have people who will help me; I just have to be willing to accept their help.
Reflections of a Philosophically inclined Fitness and Lifestyle Blogger