Life, Simplified (SOL Day 19)

This morning I spent a few moments reflecting on how my life could be easier. Humans, we like to over-complicate things. Our minds love to obsess over details and calculate the incalculable. Recently, learning to follow my intuition has been a positive step in the direction of making life easier and infinitely more simple. I... Continue Reading →

My Past, Loved (SOL Day 18)

The only sound in the room is the air conditioner, the fan humming loudly. I don’t know where my arm ends and yours begins. Our legs are tied together like always. It’s morning. Facebook reminded me that I loved people before you. I almost couldn’t believe it. You know his name; you know all their... Continue Reading →

Checkpoint (SOL Day 16)

We stood in line for our turn. “¿Computadores?” The security agent asked me. I said “No,” and placed my phone and purse in a bin. I untied my shirt from around my waist, loosened off my watch, and dropped my shoes in as well. Moments later I was through the checkpoint, picking up my personal... Continue Reading →

Surrender (SOL Day 14)

Observe the many ways in which unease, discontent, and tension arise within you through unnecessary judgment, resistance to what is, and denial of the Now. My mind has been speeding through life recently. At times, I feel I won't be able to catch it. The tools I know and love haven't been useful to calm this... Continue Reading →

Change (SOL Day 12)

Coming back to work after a relaxing weekend was harder than I'd hoped. My current status is: wanting to change careers. There's a lot to love about teaching--that's not it. I've always felt like I was born an educator. As soon as I learn something, I'm ready to share it with the next person. However,... Continue Reading →

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