From Jessie: Now that restaurants and businesses are opening up from quarantine, our “new normal” is now changing again. Many of us are still in some form of quarantine, but some of us are now back in full throttle of life!I have been working in the office for 3 days a week, and at home … More Now My New Normal is Changing Too?
From Elaina: As businesses start opening up and people are returning to work, I think a lot of us are realizing that life will look different than it was before. We’ve all been hunkered down, waiting until life returns to normal. Now we are faced with the fact that our old normal doesn’t exist. I … More New Normal
From Elaina: I’ve never been a resolution girl. I don’t think that we magically have powers to change ourselves at the beginning of the week, season, year. But, there is something exciting and fresh about newness. The thought of a clean, new start gets us to thinking about our best selves. Not in a way … More Newness
From Elaina: I’ve been reading What’s in the Way is the Way by Mary O’Malley. One of the topics that struck me in this book is about how impermanent each moment is. Life spoiler alert here…there is only one way out. The impermanence isn’t just our lives, our friends and family, but in actuality, every … More Resistance is Futile
From Elaina: I moved my youngest to college last weekend. Since it’s been a solid 3 days since I’ve seen her (and I took a mini vacation during that), I feel like that qualifies me as an expert on this empty nest syndrome. Here is a survival guide! Your relationship with your child should be … More Empty Nest Survival Guide
From Elaina: I’ve talked before about how I am a huge planner. When I have a decision to make, I like to think of every angle and all the consequences, good and bad. Over the years, I’ve realized that the universe has a path set out for me. Of course, I have choices to make. … More Go with the Flow