Posts Tagged ‘Embracing’

More Americans Embracing POMO (The ‘Pleasure Of Missing Out’)

One person’s fear is another one’s pleasure — at least when it comes to missing out. A new survey from the food delivery app Yelp Eat24 suggests that “FOMO,” the fear of missing out on things, is being replaced by “POMO,” the pleasure of missing out on them. FOMO is a real thing for some, […]

Embracing the Awesome

A little while ago, just before finishing a huge project for a client, I was feeling particularly stressed. Agitated, really. Restless. Maybe a bit exhausted. I also felt ungrateful, because I didn’t really have anything to complain about. After all, I worked from home and only wore actual pants when I left the house (which […]

Embracing the Quirks of My Mind

If we intend to give fully of our gifts in the world, we need to be able to use our whole minds. And if we want to do that, we need to be honest about how our minds work. Each of us has a unique mind, and we each have idiosyncrasies in the way we […]

Embracing the Quirks of My Mind

If we intend to give fully of our gifts in the world, we need to be able to use our whole minds. And if we want to do that, we need to be honest about how our minds work. Each of us has a unique mind, and we each have idiosyncrasies in the way we […]

Embracing the Darkness

The Tao doesn’t take sides; it gives birth to both good and evil. –Tao Te Ching The darkness, the void, the space that the mind is terrified to enter, is the beginning of all life. It’s the womb of being. Fall in love with it, and when you do, it will immediately be taken from […]

Embracing the Darkness

The Tao doesn’t take sides; it gives birth to both good and evil. –Tao Te Ching The darkness, the void, the space that the mind is terrified to enter, is the beginning of all life. It’s the womb of being. Fall in love with it, and when you do, it will immediately be taken from […]

Partnership Evolution: 3 Tips for Embracing Change in Your Relationship

Change is everywhere, whether we recognize it or not. Day turns into night, flowers bloom and wither, stocks rise and fall. We move houses, change jobs, meet new people, and shift our mindsets. Change is a natural part of life but sometimes, especially in our intimate relationships, change can be a challenge. Part of what […]

Janet Mock on Embracing Who She Is | Super Soul Sunday | Oprah Winfrey Network

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Janet Mock On The Power Of Embracing Her Transgender Identity

Less than five years ago, Janet Mock was like any other career woman in New York City, happily devoted to her job as a staff editor for People.com. She later went on to pen a bestselling book and guest host HuffPost Live, and now hosts her own pop culture show on MSNBC. But in 2011, […]

Embracing Gratitude Inspires Grace And Power

What are you most grateful for? It’s a deep question to ponder. It’s like this gem that’s buried amongst layers of soil, sediment and sentiment, calling your name, making you peel away the blankets of routine, habituated gestures and internalized views. So what is it that most ignites that exquisite life force in you? I […]

Why I’m Not Making Resolutions This Year And Am Embracing Healthy Hedonism Instead

January is both an incredibly inspiring time, and a downright depressing one. It seems like every year around the 1st, a new diet comes along that points its finger at some ingredient on our dinner plate. One week there’s an article on The New York Times‘ most emailed list that grains are corroding our brains. […]

Finally Embracing My Passion

I have been writing my entire life. Surviving bitter disappointments and painful traumas, I have also celebrated new jobs, birthdays and graduations. I have documented births and deaths, marriage and divorce. I have often joked with family and friends about the “book I will write one day,” referring often to the almost surreal quality of […]

Women of the Way: Embracing the Camino

Women of the Way: Embracing the Camino What do you like most when reading about adventures: descriptions about the terrain, the culture, the challenges, the personal growth, the interactions between other adventures? Women of the Way: Embracing the Camino successfully combines all these elements in a heartfelt and personal recounting of Jane V. Blanchard’s 2011 […]

Ali MacGraw On Embracing Her Natural Gray Hair: ‘About Time, Wouldn’t You Say?’ (VIDEO)

The last time actress Ali MacGraw sat down with Oprah was in 2010 during an episode of “The Oprah Winfrey Show.” The brunette beauty was 71 at the time, and spoke candidly about her thoughts on aging in Hollywood. Now, MacGraw is sitting down with Oprah once again to continue their conversation about aging, her […]

Respecting the Past and Embracing the Future: Lessons From Downton Abbey

As a therapist in D.C., I have worked with many clients struggling to adapt to the Internet revolution and its transformation of the print industry. D.C. is obviously a career-driven town, with many journalists, writers and researchers who must figure out how to make their professional way in this almost paperless new world. Change is […]

An Angel’s Kiss Embracing the Spirit of a Child Born with Cancer

An Angel’s Kiss Embracing the Spirit of a Child Born with Cancer An Angel’s Kiss is the factual story of the birth and subsequent struggle for survival of a child born with a cancer that afflicts only .2% of all people diagnosed each year. Readers are taken through the author’s pregnancy, delivery, her son’s diagnosis […]