by Shannon Cohen In this season of my life, I am discovering anew what it means to show up for myself. I know how to show up for those I lead, love and serve, but investing that same energy in...
As previously seen on Wit & Delight Well, let’s start from the beginning. It was spring of 2015 when I woke up with acute pain on my right side, concentrated in my upper back and head. It didn’t happen overnight, I...
Photo Courtesy of Carolina Rodríguez for The Everygirl Summer, it seems, is making me nostalgic. The season of possibility, spontaneity, and play has me spending my days more leisurely, more relaxed, more aware and connected. The season of travel, gatherings,...
4. Incorporate essential oils as part of your practice. I run an essential oil diffuser in our room almost every night and it was a game changer to incorporate it into my yoga practice at home. My favorite combination...
Photography via 2ndTruth The signs are always the same. A metallic taste in my mouth. Quickening pulse. A knot of dread curls in my stomach. I’m about to publish something I love and care about and I have no idea...
Photo Courtesy of @megangalante One of the privileges of working for oneself is the ability to take a mental health day when needed. However, for many of us, taking a full eight hours off of work to focus on our...
Art by Megan Galante (@megangalante) Note: This article mentions ideas involving self-harm and suicide. If you, or someone you know, are considering self-harm or suicide, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1.800.273.TALK (8255) or reach out to the Crisis Text...
They say addicts will always be addicts. They are right— I should know, I am one. It has taken years for me to separate my addiction from my self-worth and apply the “label” in a way that is productive....
Photo by Alex Loup It has been a hard year.I’ve become sickened by headlines and I’ve witnessed too many people I love lose people they love. It is challenging to understand why difficult things happen to the best people, or why...
Photo by Hannah Olinger on Unsplash I’ve been a worrier for most of my life. Overthinking what’s to come, replaying what’s behind. You name it, I’ve probably obsessed, googled, and lost sleep over it.Until recently.Through years of therapy, meditation, and yoga, I’ve finally...
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