my dad's stories by bridget luff

my dad's stories by bridget luff

My father is one of the greatest storytellers I know. He is half Irish and it is definitely in his bones. When we were little he used to tell tales about lions and bears weaving in morals and truths from his life. My sister and I used to beg for his stories and we never knew what was true or not. (The first time my husband met my dad I told him to disbelieve 90% of what he said to be safe).

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the awesome characteristics of highly sensitive people by tanya lee markul

the awesome characteristics of highly sensitive people by tanya lee markul

It wasn’t until recent years that have I stopped negatively questioning my power, my presence and my energy for being so sensitive, and in that process I have discovered some of the awesomeness of being a highly sensitive person. I am still in this discovery process.

Beautiful article on sensitivity from my friend and rebelle writer Tanya Lee Markul.

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why I really do yoga every day by bridget luff

why I really do yoga every day by bridget luff
There was that magic moment when I discovered yoga philosophy and understood that there is more to my world than just my thoughts, I became more ‘aware’ of what is real, I practiced gratitude, talked to friends, became more open (I am trying here!) and meditated. BINGO.  So now I fuse the creativity and the yoga in my life to find that sacred balance of being and doing.

A piece I wrote about my personal battles with depression and how yoga has helped heal much of what I went through.

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