This holiday season has uplifted me. It fed the stuff of my soul. Now, as I resume my usual day-to-day activities without lights and bells and gift-giving, I’ve been pondering heart-filled experiences I’ve enjoyed recently.
One was participating in several meetings with caring professional people who work tirelessly to ensure our country is safe and protected from things that can cause harm. It’s rewarding to contribute my efforts to this brilliant and dedicated group—it brought music to my heart. Continue reading
When I think about the cardio, strength, and flexibility exercises I have been doing, they seem to be my best efforts for my heart. Physically, that makes sense. But I also know there’s an exercise I can do that’s even better for my heart.
I can keep kindness prominent in my life. Continue reading
The weather is very nippy now and daylight seem more brief. That makes me wonder what effect daylight saving time changes has on the heart. I don’t know if the heart works harder or it’s refreshed by these clock adjustments that direct our days. So, I went to my trusty source for information that might be accurate or might not be accurate—the Internet. And I looked up “less daylight and the heart” and “daylight saving time and the heart.” Here’s what I found. Continue reading