Entries tagged with “Holidays”
Here are a few tips for keeping calm and taking care during the holiday season.
Make it a healthy habit to forge new traditions of your own.
Don't let your holiday stress accumulate.
Anneli Rufus is a frequent contributor to Spirituality & Health. Her books Party of One: The Loners' Manifesto and the Nautilus Award-winning Stuck: Why We Can't (or Won't) Move On examined our lives as individuals in a crowded world. Rufus’ upcoming work, Unworthy: How to Stop Hating Yourself, will be released by Tarcher Penguin in the spring and continues this path, addressing self-esteem. It serves as the catalyst for this blog and asks: Why do we feel the way we do about ourselves? - See more posts here.
An expert in cognitive behavioral therapies targeting better sleep, Dr. Nicole Moshfegh, author of The Book of Sleep, provides six strategies to help you ward off sleeplessness during the holidays.
These practices will alter your relationship with time and shift your perspective towards gently open and fully present.
Stop feeling frazzled and find ways to slow down, find balance, and recharge.
These tools will help you keep your cool through the chaos of the holidays.
In a sea of chocolates and roses, it can be hard to choose a Valentine’s Day gift that speaks to the unique passions of your chosen recipient.
If you know there’ll be at least one toxic relative to face this holiday season, here's how to protect yourself and navigate your way forward as sanely and serenely as possible.
Fill your loved ones’ stockings with just the right gift to fuel their passion.
I know the holidays bring up a lot for some people.How about you? Are you depressed?(I feel like I am about to write copy for an anti-depressant commercial. Are you depressed? Trou…
Include these foods in your dinner banquet, and you'll find that your winter's rest is a little bit sweeter.
Feeling off-kilter? This simple and powerful practice can bring you out of your swirling thoughts and ground you firmly in the present moment.
In honor of Mother’s Day and my own mother, who passed away of Lou Gehrig’s Disease, or ALS, eight years ago, I thought I would share the poem I wrote the morning she died. A Journ…
A Birth Mother Found, Embraces Second Chance To Be A Mother, Family Gathers For Ceremony
Connect with the wisdom of this holiday, which comes between the fall equinox and the winter solstice.
My mother's birthday was last week. Because she's left ths world, I couldn't send her a gift.This was a bittersweet relief.Opening gifts almost always made Mom cry—not with joy, bu…
On this episode, Susan Barocas, the founding director of the Jewish Food Experience, inspires us to celebrate Hannukah through spiritually symbolic Jewish cuisine. By showing us ho…
More than just candy and costumes: Halloween is a holiday that can, with a little thought, become deeply spiritual.