Entries tagged with “Winter”
If you're missing the sun during the dark days of winter, try these affirmations to brighten up.
Cooped up inside, hiding from the sunless winter (tundra sometimes included), you may be asking yourself, “What does a girl who kayaks and bikes for sanity do in the winter?” The answer: “Lots of things.”
Winter is a season for restoring ourselves by slipping into the dark.
Here are three spiritual and holistic techniques that you can use to help you with SAD
For those with SAD, the holidays will pass, winter will eventually thaw, and help is always near if we reach for it.
Here six fruits and vegetables that really shine when the temperatures drop.
The Solstice is a time of celebration in anticipation of Light’s return and the rebirth of the Sun.
Use these practices to inspire more ease and play this season
Celebrate the return of light with this sunny and bright soup.
Loneliness means your heart wants to open. What do you want to open it to?
This season is a good time to process the grief you’ve felt this year. Practice this intuitive moon ritual that is easy to adapt to your own needs.
The winter solstice on December 21, 2012, is said to synchronize with the end of a 5,125-year cycle in the Mayan calendar. Although no one knows how the Mayan prophecies will unf…
Excerpts from Eat with Intention by Cassandra Bodzak
Here’s a list of 10 helpful tips to stay warm and beat this season’s inevitable blues.
“When we do not listen to the signals of our bodies as they shift from season to season, we are causing a subtle, constant form of stress. Here are a few ways you can help your body rebalance during the winter season.”
4 ways to boost your energy levels.
Take a dive into the wonderful world of superfoods, crystals, or both with these delicious- and beautiful- beverages.
What we did when Amazon Prime became our god
Self-care is vital, especially in the winter months when darkness—quite literally—settles in. “We respond to the weather, the seasons, the moon, our emotions, and the food we eat.”
Foods to Help You Rest and Renew, plus a recipe for Moon Milk