Tag Archives | balance

The lessons of waiting

Waiting for important information is never easy. You know how it is. You are filled with anticipation. You keep looking at the clock. Your mind is a Tilt-a-whirl of scenarios and possibilities. You don’t know what’s coming. Is the answer yes or no? Is the news good or bad? You have no idea. Your wait […]

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Deep fatigue

Are you ready to acknowledge the deep level of fatigue that has settled into your body? You have run hither and thither; you have done this and that; you have been responsible and responsive. You have, on more than one occasion, overdrawn on your reserves. You have no more to give; there is nothing else […]

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Let’s talk Balancing Act

adeleandthepenguin.com/…/MyNDTALK-Balancing-Act.mp3 Hi Lovies, I have decided that summer season is going to focus on balance and coping here on The Penguin. Our world is crazy-fast, filled with lots of incoming, scary news and surreal moments. Finding balance is not a bad idea. To kick off this season of balance, I am going to share a […]

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50 ways to feed your soul

If you recall, Paul Simon had a song about 50 ways to leave your lover. Today, I give you 50 ways to feed your soul. These can serve as jumping-off points for your own great imagination as you remember to wind-down and tune-in to that which animates you and restores the very core of your […]

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Being resilient

Life can be challenging, full of unexpected events that turn your world upside down.  Everything can go into a spin, and you can find yourself overwhelmed and feeling out of control.  It can be hard to find your footing, much less get clear-headed on what you think or feel.  To aid and abet your process, […]

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Earth Day

Dear Ones, this  piece was written a number of years ago and since then, there have been so many more devastating global disasters that have wiped out whole islands and radiated thousands of miles. Fracking has become a word of common parlance. There have been monster snows, rains, and mudslides along with devastating droughts, ferocious fires, […]

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