Archive: November 2018

Musings on wholebeing@work
my favorite chair

my favorite chair

You may have seen the headline "sitting is the new smoking" or the one that claims "your chair is killing you." When I first heard these almost six years ago my inner cynic teenager reaction was almost immediate. Hmm...so we now have cancer-causing jobs because most of us sit A LOT at work and we...

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A dog at your desk

A dog at your desk

I subscribe to the theory that the origins of downward dog evolved from the ancient yogis. They, like us, spent a lot of time sitting. They, like us, most likely had wandering minds and their share of distractions. They, like us, eventually gave in to boredom or biology and had to get...

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dogs of every kind

dogs of every kind

I think it was about 4th grade when I met Old Dan and Little Ann. Little did I know these two coon dogs as there were called would be the cause of so many tears.  I'm not sure how Where the Red Fern Grows ended up in my book pile but the story of Billy and these two small raccoon-hunting dogs...

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Sleep as a practice

Sleep as a practice

So this is part two in my exploration of sleep. Last week I invited you to join me as a sleep detective to log and notice your sleep. I have been logging my sleep in a couple of different ways including filling in the sleep log that I included in last week’s post and also with my new device,...

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Being a Sleep Detective

Being a Sleep Detective

These next two weeks we're going to go with the energy of the fall season and focus on that desire to become a cat and curl up and sleep. Sleep is a sensitive subject and varies person to person. The general recommendation is 7 hours of sleep. While it seems easy to say get more sleep, there may...

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