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The Just F*cking Journal Class: October 12–16. “5 days. 5 fresh prompts. 5 ways to get present with YOU.” This is a great opportunity, a great practice—FREE.
Money Talks with Jill Salahub. I love the “Money Talks” series on Mabel Magazine with the lovely Sherry Richert Belul, and was so happy when she asked me to take part. It’s so timely, because I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how I make my living.
The Simple Technique that Changed My Life on Elephant Journal. This article explains why I meditate better than almost anything I’ve ever read.
Dog Refuses To Leave The Side Of Man Who Saved Him From Flood. This story had me in tears.
This Is What You Should Eat. Any Questions? This is so great, highlights how hard it can be to know what to eat when we listen to something other than our own body, our own inherent wisdom. And, it’s funny at the same time.
Awake in the World, 2nd Annual Online Free Event, November 4–8. Last year this was great, and this year promises to be the same. So many amazing teachers.
the shutterbugs: kate holstein on SF Girl by Bay. Such dreamy pictures. I clicked through to her full website and got lost in it.
The Crossroads of Should and Must. “This is a story about two roads — Should and Must. It’s a pep talk for anyone who’s chosen Should for far too long — months, years, maybe a lifetime — and feels like it’s about time they gave Must a shot.” This post ended up inspiring a book that I really want to read.
Why you should stop saying should on Positively Present. Stop should-ing all over yourself.
Photo by Patricia Persaud, Graphic Designer at Wanderlust
Jill Salahub writes about the tenderness and the terror, the beauty and the brutality of life, and of her efforts to keep her heart open through it all on her blog, A Thousand Shades of Gray.