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During this last week we saw powerful reminders all over the world of the need for -and celebration of – community, regardless of one’s political persuasion. 98 more words


Mind, Body and Soul.. The Bluebell way

As I sit here and write this post, it’s a Sunday, the sun is shining and quite frankly I am in my happy place.

I haven’t yet had a soothing Sunday shower (that’s for later this evening) and I am make-up free and wearing my glasses for once. 1,363 more words


Using the power of story to build self-esteem in children

Alan White

“A tree with strong roots, laughs at storms” – Malay Proverb.

I believe that to facilitate well-being in children it is vital that well-being education begins at an early age.

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Learning to trust my journey

I have always said that I don’t regret any decisions I have made. Even the bad ones. That’s what made me who I am today. That has always been my belief. 400 more words

Self Love

Set your mind with gratitude and let the sunrise!

“As the sky breathes into a beautiful sunrise, may God open the heavens to shower you lots of love and happiness to make your day meaningful.”

-Semperlee Yoga


5 things that made me happy this week #1

Hello everyone, I hope you’re having a great weekend!

Today kicks off a new style of blog that I’ll be doing every Sunday. Part of being more positive is reflecting on the week’s events and really thinking about the good things. 667 more words


Beyond Internal Hypocrisy...

There is an impeccability in true mindfulness.  Real mindfulness goes beyond hollow and empty ideals and stale mental blueprints.  It occurs when the mind is learning, as self-realization, (honestly) from moment to moment with what is actually taking place (without extraneous fabrications).   546 more words