Tag Archives: tranquility

Change of Pace

Walking may be the most underrated form of exercise. Turns out putting one foot in front of the other carries some serious benefits. And when you want to push yourself, you can get your heart rate up by climbing hills … Continue reading

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She’s Still With Us

In February 2019, my youngest sister, Melina, admitted herself into the hospital for PTSD from childhood trauma. When she returned home, she texted, “Do not contact me ever again!” Determined to get through to her, I invited her to walk … Continue reading

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Self-Care

 We all need self-care. And being the best version of yourself is always a work in progress. Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark … Continue reading

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Keep Your Hands Busy

While most of us find ourselves somewhat isolated or stuck at home, having a creative outlet can be incredible restorative when the alternative is spiraling deeper into bad news. An art project will help you to both keep your hands … Continue reading

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Self-Care

Love on yourself hard, through music, art and sheer imagination. Movies and storytelling will help to remind you that life doesn’t have to be that serious right now. In fact, playful activities may prove to be extremely healing for you … Continue reading

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