Monthly Archives: August 2012

Mindfulness in your daily routine

Here’s a link to some useful mindfulness tips that can be part of your daily routine: It’s for people who have lapsed in their mindfulness practice – but some of the tips are good ideas to get you started. … Continue reading

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reblog – beyond BPD

Originally posted on S.L.Grigg – Author:
English: Borderline personality sufferers often like to present themselves with an image that is “bad”; in ways including wearing “gothic” style clothing, heavy makeup, and other unusual fashion statements. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)…

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reblog – God knows us, and still loves us

Originally posted on hometogo232:
Today I am reminding myself (and maybe others of you as well), that God loves me very much. I was going to write this post a few days ago but for some reason I held off…

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The Benefits of Mindfulness

I came across this website this morning: It’s a very simple into – just starting, so not much interaction at present (you can contact via twitter). Mindfulness every day, everyday (aka ordinary) mindfulness. Do you have a favourite mindfulness … Continue reading

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A simple mindfulness exercise for crocheters

Here is a link to a very simple mindful crochet exercise: Kathryn Vercillo has also written a book ‘Crochet Saved My Life: The Mental and Physical Health Benefits of Crochet’ available at:  or in UK I have downloaded … Continue reading

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reblog – not casting first stone

I woke up on Wednesday to several of my Facebook friends vocally celebrating “Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day” and it made me furious. So, I decided I was going to be as vocal about my condemnation of the actions of these Christians…

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reblog – being a loner

Do you consider yourself a loner? Do you find you need time alone to recharge? Do you think there are not enough listeners? This post raises many questions, and gives many positves for being a ‘loner’.

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