Here in the U.S. spring has finally arrived. However, in Utah, it’s still trying to figure itself out. It’s been a long, hard winter and even though it’s well into April, there’s still some snowfall. While this is not necessarily unusual, the process does feel a little drawn out.
Sorry I haven’t posted in a few weeks! My husband is starting finals at his university and I’ve been interviewing for jobs (I got one!!). It’s been a little crazy over here at the MiniDragon household.
A guest post from Jo Holloway-Green, Founder of The Mindful Hub; a website and blog aiming to make mindfulness accessible to all. http://www.mindfulhub.co.uk Mindfulness sounds a bit intimidating. If you’ve never heard of it you could be forgiven for having to ask what it is? The opposite of forgetfulness? Something to do with… Continue reading Getting Started with Mindfulness
Anxiety means that there you have a fear of something. Biologically, we all have fears. It’s what’s helped our species survive. Some fears are innate within the human race and some are developed within our culture. Things like fear of snakes, spiders, and heights have protected our ancestors from death several times before.… Continue reading Anxiety: Facing Your Fears
Recently, there have been a lot of BuzzFeed articles and YouTube videos about depression, anxiety, and other mental disorders. I think this is wonderful. I believe that removing the stigma that hovers around mental illness is a big step in the right direction. It will not only help others understand what sufferers are… Continue reading 5 Tips When Going to Therapy
Originally posted on The Mindful Hub:
I’m presuming some of the people who read my blog are mindfulness practitioners. After all if you’re not, then a blog about mindfulness and practicing it might not tick any boxes for you. So if you are you will probably have experienced at some point in your practice the…
As tax season is upon us, I’m reminded of all the money I’ve ever spent ever. *cringe* I’ve gone through all my receipts to find deductions, and I realize that there are a lot of things that I bought that I didn’t actually need. Could I have just made fries with the potatoes I had… Continue reading Minimalism and Finances