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Kelley Grimes

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My Family’s Self-Nurturing Challenge

By Creativity, Decrease Stress, Gratitude, Growth, Health, Inspirations, Joy, Love, Mindfulness, Peace, Self Compassion, Weekly Muse 4 Comments
“Rest and self-care are so important. When you take time to replenish your spirit, it allows you to serve others from the overflow. You cannot serve from an empty vessel.” ~ Eleanor Brown In these times of uncertainty and stress, nurturing ourselves has become more important than ever. As our...
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Nurturing Yourself Through a Pandemic

By Creativity, Decrease Stress, Gratitude, Growth, Health, Inspirations, Love, Mindfulness, Peace, Self Compassion, Weekly Muse 10 Comments
“May your choices reflect your hopes, not your fears.” ~Nelson Mandela We are in an unprecedented time of world wide crisis. With a national state of emergency, cancellations of schools and public events, and more cases of the coronavirus reported each day, many of us are feeling overwhelmed and anxious....
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The Healing Power of Presence

By Creativity, Decrease Stress, Gratitude, Growth, Health, Joy, Love, Mindfulness, Peace, Self Compassion, Weekly Muse 6 Comments
“I have come to see the cultivation of mindfulness as a radical act - a radical act of sanity, of self-compassion, and ultimately of love.” ~Jon Kabat-Zinn I am so inspired by Jon Kabat-Zinn’s wisdom and always share this quote in my “Healing Power of Presence” mindfulness workshop. On Monday,...
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Bringing Presence As Your Gift this Holiday Season

By Creativity, Decrease Stress, Gratitude, Growth, Joy, Love, Mindfulness, Peace, Self Compassion, Weekly Muse No Comments
“Peace begins when expectation ends.” ~Sri Chinmoy At our “Self-Nurturing Through the Holidays" workshop on Saturday, my daughter Fiona and I started by asking each participant what they found stressful about the holidays. A common answer from the three generations of participants present was expectations. Participants explained that unrealistic expectations...
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