If you have been unsuccessful at meditating on your own, it may be time to look at and manage your expectations. Many people think that meditation is supposed to look a certain way to find their bliss.
"We’ve been together for a while and the spark is gone, what are we supposed to do?" I regularly hear this opener from couples seeking therapy. Many couples assume that sex is exciting at first, then the excitement dies down and that is to be expected. WRONG!
New Vista, a local Las Vegas non-profit organization serving children and adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD), recently announced the launch of their pet therapy program, Paws-able. The program’s focus is to rescue shelter dogs and train them to assist and support individuals with IDD.
A one-of-a-kind Las Vegas leadership female team includes the guidance of Allison Zednicek, Chief Executive Officer; Tristan Ivy, Chief Financial Officer; and Cheryl Pena, Chief Nursing Officer.
Witness off-duty Elvis, Miss Atomic at home, and words as trapeze artists. Explore ghosts in the ecotone, hasty breakups, and why reproduction has so many o’s. Discover the saltshaker that’s buried in the microwave, a sci-fi spacesuit’s metallic silver and that desert bone.
Everyone knows someone who has gone through an emotional upset of some kind: a divorce, lost your job, caring for a young child or an aging parent, struggling with PTSD from a tragic event or lost all your belongings in a catastrophe.
No matter what people say, I can tell you, you have life back in those eyes now. Follow along with Meghan Bailey and her Bored of Me Project at LifecycleDiaries.com and read in Las Vegas Woman magazine. Follow her on Instagram @MeghanBaylee.
I have a confession: perfectionism feels good. I feel powerful when I can feverishly descend a to-do list, multitask the marathon of achievement, fill my day with items rather than moments, swap meals for coffee with a shot of espresso.
Our fun fall finds include undies and a new toothbrush for waking up, tools for your makeup, an app for working out, and a podcast for your commute.
When you consider the benefits of volunteering personally, try multiplying that by 100 or even 1,000 and you may come close to seeing the benefits to the places where you’re donating your time.