Get out your duct tape! Today is Duct Tape Do-It-Yourself Sunday!
The idea of “you” is the story you chose to believe in based upon situations and circumstances that have conditioned your responses since birth. At any moment you can (if you chose to) divorce yourself of this narrative and contemplate a larger truth for your life.
Happy New Year, Ya’ll! We road tripped across the South West. Here is Julie, on the side of the road, with some cacti, underneath an unbelievable rainbow (thanks to Plan A). This moment inspired this post and our latest bumper sticker: We Stop For Rainbows.
L-O-V-E. It’s the four letter word that can heal you. “We are not held back by the love we didn’t receive in the past, but by the love we’re not extending in the present.”
Ever feel uncomfortable, sad or blue and can’t explain it? You may be experiencing a symptom of depression caused by an everyday hidden cause.
Our first Featured Artist for Current Sounds is our favorite husband and wife team, Joe and April Diaco. They are the gifted musicians creating the sounds of Alt-Ctrl-Sleep. Sit back and relax to the “dreamy, relaxing, ambient and tender” sounds of Alt-Ctrl-Sleep.
Ah, the holiday season…chestnuts roasting on an open fire, Uncle Bob drinks more, and your antidepressant usage increases. Here are some thoughts we have about how to get the most out of being a guest at any Thanksgiving.
Finally, we’re getting into some juicy, quality self-help… we’re consulting with dead geniuses on relationship issues.
What mask do you wear everyday? Our everyday mask is a false representation of ourselves because we fear will not be accepted. We fear our uglier qualities will be intolerable to others.
A little whining can go along way toward making changes. If conditions suck, and we can’t take it any longer, then we want to change them. Complaining can be a way of releasing feelings of fear about change and help us accept responsibility for the changes that are within our control.