“It’s not about being happy – that’s a different thing,” my instructor explained that first day of January. “Santosha means finding contentment with what is happening right now, even if it’s hard or negative.” But what if “what is”, you know, sucks?
Sarah and Katie’s best-of and less-loved fiction book picks from 2018. Read on for the full list!
Changing doesn’t always mean having to do something new. Sometimes it just means letting go and allowing change to happen around you (it always will, if you let it). Sometimes simply choosing not to do something can leave space for a new experience to fill its place. And sometimes, it’s a matter of proactively filling your time with something new and different so the lack of the old and familiar isn’t so keenly felt.
Sarah and Katie sat down to discuss our favorite holiday picture books for kids. Here is the full list, and we’d love to hear your favorites in the comments!
We’ve seen it happen: Kids get older and holidays get tricker. Gone are the days of easily acquired, inexpensive, brightly colored plastic bringing guaranteed squeals of delight on Christmas morning. Gifts get pricier, and older kids don’t always want or need quite as much…stuff.
If you’re in need of an extra nudge to throw a “My Favorite Things Party” this holiday season, look no