"How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives. What we do with this hour, and that one,is what we are doing. A schedule defends from chaos and whim. It is a net for catching days."
There is a very painful moment in life when you have to decide to live on your own terms, and I believe that is when you turn pro.
I have a little confession: the Phil of the past wouldn't recognize the Phil of today, microphone in hand, ready to speak.
I remember to this day, so vividly, how I judged myself. I thought, "Really?!?! What a selfish purpose, to have fun?!?" But, for the lack of another purpose, I decided to accept that idea as the start of having a purpose, which felt better than having no purpose.
Disconnection is all around us, its arguably become the default state of existence for people living in modern society. It pervades our relationship to our bodies, our communities, the earth, and the great blue sky. Heres what's been said about the topic by others seeking solutions: “Disconnection is the root
Hi Friend! It's Carolina here. If you're receiving a newsletter from me for the first time, I want to extend a warm welcome to you. It's truly an honor to have you here. My heart is full of joy seeing the number of people who are open to viewing and
Good morning! This is the first issue of Be The Flow I'm authoring, and I realize there's a significant number of people on this list that are meeting me for the first time. So please, allow me to introduce myself if we haven't met :) I'm so grateful and excited to
Hi Friend! It might sound a bit crazy, but today, I want to invite you into the future. Imagine a world where we trust each other, ourselves, and the whole of our life experience. Envision a place where collaboration is prized over competition and respect for each other is a
There was a time in my life when I found myself stuck in a job that I didn't particularly enjoy. Despite the job's benefits, I was unsatisfied and found myself constantly yearning for something more. I tried to resist these desires, convincing myself to find peace in the status quo.
Yoga has been in my life since 2003. I engaged with it as a means of relaxation and physical exercise. The classes left me with a positive feeling, which was incentive enough to maintain my practice However I’ve always had something in the back of my mind, an unspoken