Mindfulness is being embraced everywhere these days, from the Kindergarten classroom to company retreats. What is mindfulness, exactly? Susan Smalley, Ph.D., and Diana Winston, co-authors of Fully Present, say that mindfulness is “an accepting and kind attitude toward yourself and your present moment experience.” One that will change your relationship to life. Sounds enticing, huh? Here are a few tips on how to integrate the practice of mindfulness into your home. 1.
This collection is a little different than my regular lists of vintage tips as some are superstitious (though there are practical nuggets here too). It's hard to say how old any of them are, how they came about or why they were considered worthwhile to know. Old wives tales were…
"Real Food is a lost skill... Its a sad thing in the society when mothers go to the store and buy juice meant to conceal vegetables because they just never took the time to feed their children vegetables at a young age."
5 Little Ways to Fall in Love with Your Home - The Inspired Room
Fall is a great season to fall in love with your home. But how? 1. Dream. Do you ever dream about your home? As in, think about things you’d love to do if time or money were no object? I do. But honestly, sometimes I get so busy that I often forget that essential element […]
It can sometimes be easy to mindlessly move through your home, just going through the motions of your daily routine. Are you just existing in your home? Or are you enjoying your home to its fullest every day? There are a few ideas I’m re-reading these days to help me remember to really live in my home. 1. Laugh in it What really makes you laugh? Is it the latest viral pet video? Watch a bit before you jet off to work. Love stand-up comedy?