A blog about connecting with meaning, purpose and your most authentic self.

Sleep Your Way To Greater Connection

Looking for easy ways to improve how connected you feel on a daily basis? Here’s one you literally can do in your sleep. Good mental health and well-being…

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How to Stay Connected to Yourself, Others and to What Matters in a Time of COVID-19

With new information emerging every day about the COVID-19 pandemic, and huge numbers of people ordered to stay home to prevent its spread, this is one of the…

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Reconnecting with the Body for Better Health and Well-Being

Establishing a strong connection with and awareness of your body is an essential part of improving your overall connection to yourself. Becoming aware of how your physical body…

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Why Don’t the Holidays Feel like the Holidays?

The holiday season is supposed to be joyous, loving, and celebratory – a supremely generous time when grudges are put aside, mistakes are forgiven, appreciation expressed, and everyone…

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Are You Feeling Disconnected from Life?

Do you feel like you’re going through life on autopilot? Are you stuck in a routine that makes you feel like you’re on a treadmill to nowhere? You…

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The “Why” To Creating A Sustainable Self-Care Routine

As you embark on your journey to becoming more deeply connected, take a moment to consider and tend to your basic self-care routine and physical needs. By paying…

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How And Why To Exercise, Astronaut-Style

Everyone knows exercise is good for you…good for your waistline, your stress level, your muscular coordination, your creativity, and your mood. Yet most of us think about exercise…

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The Surprising Power of Hand Crafts

Lots of people think of traditional hand crafts as old-fashioned, outdated activities that only spinster aunts and tottering grandmothers should be doing. We have machines to do that…

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Is Connection the Cure for Depression?

According to Dr. John Ratey, who is a clinical associate professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, practicing psychiatrist, and author of seven books on brain functioning, yes!…

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