Letter from Publisher
There is so much to be said in this month of May’s special issue on the feminine and the divine trait and gift of love for constructive nurturing, including one’s self. Covid created home-bound working moms and that whole new lifestyle is still emerging; as with all things leading edge, growing pangs are felt. Find a few “Self-Care Tips for Stressed-Out Moms” in the article Resilient Mothering: How Moms are Forging Ahead in a Changing World.
“Equally rewarding, nourishing what we find challenging or uncomfortable can deepen our human experience.” I like that statement and take it to heart, daily, turning challenges into ops for upward growth. Read the above quote in its full context in this month’s Inspiration article, Mothering the World. Nurturing goes much deeper than raising offspring; it’s a lifestyle.
After you have the pleasure of reading how to grow veggies in pots in Easy Container Gardening, consider the value found in Basic Intermittent Fasting. A regular partaker, this is an acquired taste so to speak (no pun intended); eventually, continuous intermittent fasting awakens the body’s inner intelligence to the point of knowing what and when to consume for optimal health. It especially and eventually helps go deep to the point of emotional and mental detoxification, the ultimate goal being etheric.
As always, with an open heart and an open mind, blaze those inner trails.