Entries tagged with “New Year”
Sometimes, we set ourselves up for failure by making promises we can’t keep by initiating resolutions steeped in self-blame.
For some, resolutions are not the path to a better life.
Studies show that affirmations contribute to our well-being in tangible ways. Dig in to a year’s worth of positive self-talk from Louise Hay, Caroline Myss, Eckhart Tolle, Shakti Gawain, Marianne Williamson, S&H readers, and more.
Here are some affirmations for new beginnings, no matter when in the calendar you start to observe your new year.
Traditionally, the dark times—winter solstice or new moons—are times to reflect, to slow down and listen to the quiet voices at the heart of us that tell us what we truly desire, w…
Because the moon feels loved, she lets our eyesfollow her across the field, steppingfrom her clothes, strewn silkglinting in furrows. Feeling loved, the moon lovesto be looked at, …
Say goodbye to the old year and welcome in the new.
In the world of behavior change, the first step in creating any kind of lasting shift in your life is to know why it matters to you.
What are you interested in creating and actualizing?
Spend 30 minutes reflecting on last year and preparing for the new year with the following journaling prompts.
S&H Editorial Director Kalia Kelmenson shares some highlights from 2019.
“Becoming Shameless: A Conversation with Nadia Bolz-Weber,” and three more stories that meant a lot this year to S&H Wellbeing Editor Kathryn Drury Wagner.
Read these for New Year’s resolutions worth keeping
You clicked, we listened. These were our Top 5 S&H stories you liked on Facebook this year.
During the holiday season, we’re out of our routines, we tend to eat and drink more, and we might be dealing with some cyclical grief that comes up during the darker season. Not to…
New S&H Managing Editor Tequia Burt shares her top picks from 2019.
There was a small notice in a throwaway paper in San Diego about the Hmong New Year in a public park in Kearny Mesa. I had known about the Hmong (pronounced Mong) mountain people f…
While many focus on what to do in the new year, here are some powerful ways of being to herald in 2019.
This is a potent time for honoring the darkness that surrounds us, seeking the wisdom it holds, and creating space for light that is making its way into being.