Whether you are starting a new job, digging into a new volunteer project, or have become a new parent, the new year is a great time to cultivate an intention of radical self-care. It might feel impossible to take a few moments to fill up your "well" or to find a little “me time”. Especially if you are a new parent, like I am, “me time” may seem like a distant memory. It can help to remember that self-care is not selfish. In fact, self-care . . .
The end of a year can bring with it a lot of mixed emotions. It can be a great time to reflect on the year’s accomplishments, cultivate gratitude and set new goals for the new year ahead. However, I don’t know about you - but the end of the year can also be a time when self-criticism can take hold, as I think about all of the things I haven't accomplished this year. To avoid jumping on the self-criticism bandwagon, the end of the year is . . .