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Keeping The Thanks In Thanksgiving

Going Beyond the Gratitude List to Weave in Thanks Throughout Your Day I have a complicated relationship with Thanksgiving. When I was young girl growing up in New England, we learned how the Pilgrims welcomed their friends the Indians to the table for a meal of friendship. When I got older, I learned the story [...]

Three Mindfulness Tips To Foster Life Balance In An Unbalanced World

“Every moment only once.” -Thich Nhat Hanh “Every moment only once.” I love these words by Thich Nhat Hanh, a monk, a spiritual leader, poet and peace activist who is renown for his teachings and writings on mindfulness and peace. Some of Thich Nhat Hahn’s key teachings are that the practice of mindfulness helps tether [...]

A Process in Self-Reflection: Using Mindful Creativity to Come Alive and Thrive

“Ask not what the world needs of you. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do that. Because what the world needs now is more people to come alive.” - Robert Thurman The concept of ‘aliveness’ is at the core of the therapeutic work I do as a psychologist. In feeling alive—really tapping into [...]

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Don’t Throw Your Sanity To The Dogs

A Few Simple Mindfulness Exercises Can Alleviate Distress. Christine Clarridge recently interviewed me for her article, Not wild about dogs? How to cope in mutt-mad Seattle, that appeared in the June 9, 2017 issue of the Seattle Times. The premise of the article, which you may have already gathered from the title, was about how [...]

8 Ways to Foster Mindful Relationships

I was recently interviewed by Christine Clarridge of the Seattle Times for a lifestyle article that ran on Mother’s Day. The article, How to improve your relationship with your mom, addressed just that—improving your relationship with mom. Although Mother’s Day has come and passed this year, the article offers some valuable tips on how you [...]

The Art of Living Mindfully

Wipe away the clutter with simple mindfulness practices throughout your day In my previous blog, The Rise of Mindfulness and Adult Coloring , I mentioned mindful coloring as being one of my windshield wiper practices, but then realized that these practices are neither well known nor self-explanatory. I created the term “windshield wiper practices” to [...]

The Rise of Mindfulness And Adult Coloring

Why millions of Western adults are getting present putting color to paper Last year, three of the top-selling books on Amazon were of a totally new genre: coloring books for adults. In fact, a staggering 12 million adult coloring books were sold in 2015 alone, making what was once an activity beloved mainly by children [...]

Let Go And Engage Your Creative Brain: The How-To of Mindful Coloring

  In 2015 a whole new genre was created: Mindful coloring books for adults. Essentially, these coloring books depict patterns and abstract designs, such as in mandala coloring books, rather than realistic images to color in. And, the pictures in these coloring books generally don't have any “correct” way to color them. The rise in [...]