Showing posts from July, 2009

A Day of Perfection...

Ever have one of those perfect days? One of those days where it seems like nothing could go wrong? I am having one of those days today.... a compliment from a friend, great food, fun with my toddler, a lovely bath, a wonderfully hot shower, watching butterflies from the screen door of my bedroom as I type this, all while listening to Enya.... the list is endless. Only got three hours sleep but I can’t tell. Maybe it’s because I finally got the first edition of my new free ezine out and the sign-ups are effortlessly pouring in... or maybe because my entire life seems to be lining up perfectly... who knows... but I don’t dare take a nap, I don’t want to miss any of it! Have a blessed day! Kim

For Expecting Parents!

I've been blogged about! Lisa, a former yoga student posted this blog post. Enjoy..... Posted by Lisa Boudreau on July 21st, 2009 I adore children. I think it’s because I’ve always really enjoyed playing. As an adult “playing” is frowned upon because we’re supposed to be…well grown up. Whether I was babysitting as a teenager or just playing with some of my younger cousins, I remember having a blast. Getting down on the ground and being silly with this little curious person whose expressions were always so priceless and innocent would make me feel great. So when I get asked what to you like to photograph the most I have to say babies and children! Today I celebrate my daughter’s 7 month birthday. Granted the celebration includes the normal routine of bottles, playtime and naps – with no difference to her – but I know today is special! So in honour of her, my little powerhouse of personality and independence, I wanted to give some suggestions for expecting parents! Of course, most

10 Sure-Fire Ways to Feel Bad About Your Self: how many do you do?

By Joyce Lee Many women are masters at feeling bad about themselves and about the circumstances of their lives. They walk through their life with a heavy heart, a pessimistic attitude and a wagon full of problems. Their relationships are complicated; they rarely love their occupations and are seldom at peace with their body/temple image. They are everywhere and they do this day after day after day. It is a true art form and you can do it too if you like... Simply follow these 10 Sure Fire Ways to Feel Bad About Yourself. 1. Look at yourself in the mirror and criticize your body. Inventory your flaws. Look at your self naked and shake your head in disgust. Tell that little girl inside how unacceptable she is. Feel the shame. 2. Start your morning with a coffee and a "just below the surface" dialoguewith your self of your problems. Stay stuck there. You have a huge list of problems: people you are struggling with, unresolved stuff from your past, situations that are troublesome

What has Kim been up to?

Lots! Working on web changes (I’ll let you know when we’re a little farther along), preparing for new fall classes, writing a book, making preparations to be able to purchase from my website and preparing for the new Newsletter! If you haven’t seen the sign up box on Facebook or this blog be sure to sign up to receive tips on yoga, meditation and more for body, mind and spirit! Besides all the business ‘stuffs’ I’ve been boating, running and also gardening. I hope to have pictures on my blog of the stone border for our gardens soon. Anyone else been super busy this summer and want to share? Feel free to make a comment or email me @ Be Blessed, Kim

My Own Issues

A friend of mine recently asked what my issues are. I thought I would share my response, feel free to share your's... I’ve been working on so many issues…. FEAR of absolutely everything, having panic attacks every day when in school; fear of my health; fear of my future… meditation and knowing the only time we ever have is NOW helps incredibly. ANGER from things not doing exactly as *I* plan it or think it should be, anger that my parents didn’t even try to do their best, that someone is driving too slow in front of me, or whatever else that popps up… I’m trying to remember that this is how it is supposed to happen. Life is a lovely and interesting journey, don’t you think? Be Blessed, Kim