Thoughts on Detox, Weight Loss and Diet Culture
What I Learned From a Digital Detox
Why is it So Hard to be a Human Being?
Practicing Gratitude Isn't the Only Way To Thrive This Season
How to survive Thrive During the Holiday Season.
Some of you might be thinking, there is no way that I'm going to thrive over the next four weeks! For many, it's going to be a very difficult time and you might not know how you’re going to get through it. And if that's you, that's okay. Even if only one of the things I share helps you get through it, that’s a good thing.
However, if you're looking to thrive during the holiday season, I invite you to tap into two, three or more of the things I share. This is a very strange and different time in our lives, as we navigate a global pandemic. How can we create a holiday season to remember?
30 Days of Gratitude Challenge
Making The Difficult Decision to Unschool
A Recipe for Simple Gratitude
A Recipe for Simple Gratitude (a short poem)
Ingredients for a grateful day:
Wake up and give thanks,
You’ve been given the gift of another day.
Finding a Community in an Unexpected Place
About a month before the pandemic hit in North America, my husband started a new side gig. He began streaming his video game play on Twitch TV. When he first started this, I was definitely not on board. I didn’t understand what exactly he was doing and I thought it was a waste of time. My husband has been playing videos games since he was a teen, and he’s really good at them. He had tried this ‘streaming’ thing before and it had been a major point of contention in our relationship. I didn’t want to lose my husband to online gaming.
Teaching Our Kids to Be More Grateful
How to Be Friends When You've Got Different Opinions
One of the most difficult things we’re facing during the pandemic is the ability to remain friends and stay amicable with family when our opinions are polarizing. It’s not the first time we're faced with a difference in opinion from those we love, however we’ve become used to not bringing up our different political opinions at a family dinner. We know our friends well enough to avoid sensitive topics.
What's different is that during the pandemic, some of us feel comfortable sharing our opinions publicly. Sharing articles, scientific papers, blog posts, or YouTube videos that have polarizing views is adding fuel to the fire. I've seen friends posting things on Facebook without thinking and this can create irreparable damage in our relationships.
How to Grow Your Online Community with Gratitude
Over the weekend, my husband Dan and I recorded a podcast together. We had a great discussion on how we have both seen our online businesses grow during the pandemic, and how gratitude has played an important role. You can listen to the podcast here: bit.ly/GrowYourOnlineCommunityWithGratitude
Dan has been building his online business as a video game streamer on Twitch TV since the end of January. Within a few months of starting his new business, we were in a global pandemic, and for many businesses this has led to a complete shut-down. Thankfully for Dan, more and more people are looking for ways to be entertained and connect online. Much our surprise - his business has doubled every month since he started. In our conversation we share what goes on behind the scenes while building a community and a business online. This blog is inspired by our podcast.
Why Am I So F*ing Tired?
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