By Kristine Carlson|2016-09-23T19:07:14+00:00|
I am really excited for you to listen in on today’s podcast interview with Dr. Shauna Shapiro.
Shauna is not only a woman I admire and respect as an expert in mindfulness, but she’s a wonderful friend as well.
By Kristine Carlson|2016-09-17T14:12:48+00:00|
I am really excited to kick off this new series on the podcast: Meditation & Mindfulness! For the next month, we’re going to discuss the positive impact of meditation and the importance of mindfulness.
By Kristine Carlson|2016-09-15T09:09:50+00:00|
A couple of times a year, I have my astrology birth chart read. The readings have always been validating to what I’m experiencing—extremely accurate and poignant.
I recently had one by Tania Gabrielle, who does numerology with astrology.
By Kristine Carlson|2016-09-08T11:29:36+00:00|
Peaceful and regal he lays there--day after day. Once a four letterman athlete at Stanford, my 6’5” father-in-law held the physical fitness record for the Army and adorned the cover of Saturday Evening Post. He was an Adonis-god of a man.
By Kristine Carlson|2016-09-02T10:18:32+00:00|
We, especially women, can so easily go down the ugly trail that is negative self-talk.
It’s easy to start criticizing ourselves over our looks, our jobs, our feelings. The ego has a way of taking over and sending us into a downward spiral.
By Kristine Carlson|2016-08-19T14:25:12+00:00|
It’s often the people closest to us that are the most difficult to love unconditionally. It could be a sibling that triggers you constantly, a child who is disrespectful, a wavering, taciturn teen, or a boss who is critical. There are any number of people we may be constantly annoyed by, but instead we are called to love.
By Kristine Carlson|2016-08-11T16:30:38+00:00|
At this point in my life, I don’t have any time for nor do I care to engage in any gossip.
I remember the days of junior high, however, when I’d come home crying because I was hearing things (not so nice rumors) that weren’t even true about me.
By Kristine Carlson|2016-08-05T14:18:34+00:00|
I was married to an overachiever. In fact, I can often describe myself as one as well.
The work ethic of an overachiever is full of passion, but what happens when the spinning wheel of never feeling like you’re doing enough won’t stop?