Wellness and Burnout Recovery Blog
Taking up bicycling in my fifties has given me many opportunities to learn by failure. Did I tell you about my humiliating mountain biking effort? https://deborahrankinrd.com/a-gratitude-journal-transformed-my-mountain-biking-failure/ How about the time my bike seat fell off as I sat on it? Ten years ago I bought my first good bicycle with money I gained from my
I remember the excitement when diet sodas called Fresca and Tab first showed up in stores. I remember when saccharin was replaced by aspartame, and then aspartame was replaced by sucralose as the great solution to obesity. Yet here, in the USA, obesity continues to increase. It affects us at younger ages than ever before.
A few years ago I drove 300 miles in one day, interviewed for four hours, then drove 300 miles back home. Perhaps I spent the night in a hotel somewhere in between, but my main memory is hours alone on the interstate staring at white lines and lanes. Drained and anxious after months of unemployment,
Here’s what I think: the more competent you are, the more likely you are to experience burnout. If that describes you, read on and learn about my burnout quiz, and ways you can achieve burnout recovery. It is great to be competent! We spend a lot of energy, years of practice and study to become
It’s Not About How You Look in a Swim Suit My three worries about belly fat come from health risks associated with excess belly fat. You can get an indicator of those risks if you calculate waist hip ratio. I believe in loving yourself as you are and honoring your body. When you let go
The nature meditation Choose to Keep Going features a forest after a long, harsh winter. Do you ever feel like you have winter in your soul? Watch the forest for signs of new life, then choose to keep going and grow again. Stress Relief and Nature When did research for my book I learned amazing