I’m pleased to be on Huffington Post’s GPS for the Soul. Here is what GPS for the Soul is about:
HuffPost’s GPS for the Soul app is based on two truths about human beings. First: We all have a centered place of wisdom, harmony and balance within us. Second: We’re all going to veer away from that place, again and again and again. What we need is a great course-correcting mechanism — a GPS for the Soul — to help us find our way back to that centered place, from which everything is possible.
They also feature writers who want to share their own personal guides to coming back to that centered place. Here’s mine:
As an introverted Mama in a house full of boys, I have come to learn how to stay centered amidst the noise and busyness. There are daily and weekly routines I have put in place as well as techniques I use throughout the day when I feel my stress level rising.
My evening goal is to get at least six hours of sleep every night. I think seven or eight hours would be ideal, but six is realistically the number I will end up sleeping. Getting a good night’s rest is the foundation to starting the day off well.
Read the rest here.