Self-Care & Mindfulness Editor
I am a wanderer by nature and a writer by happenstance. I have traveled to over 60 countries and 6 continents as a single, young exchange student, a single, not-so-young flight attendant, an expat working mom with kids (the most challenging) and as a trailing spouse (the most fun…)
I have enjoyed the last six years living in the quintessential New England town of Hingham (otherwise know as the HSV, the historic seaside village). Prior to that, I spent seven years enjoying the magic of Asia, living in the metropolis of Tokyo. Occasionally, my husband and I look at each other and say, nostalgically, those were our Halcyon days. But we have come to realize that each day is a Halcyon day when you live deliberately, live deep and suck out all the marrow of life. (Thoreau-loosely quoted)
I hope my contributions as a member of the CK Wellness tribe will help you live deliberately and deeply, through articles on self-care, wellness and community engagement.
The holidays can be exhilarating, but we become depleted when we try to burn the candle at both ends. Give yourself the gift of staying mentally, physically and spiritually recharged this holiday season.
The pursuit of happiness is entrenched in our culture. It is so important that it is was written into the Declaration of Independence. But what does happiness mean to you?
I am thrilled and honored to be the new editor of self-care and mindfulness for the CK Wellness Website. I hope to bring a unique perspective on creating and living your best life We will touch on many topics from meditation, and raising your vibration, to community engagement and activism.
Off Duty Model/On Duty Citizen (ODM/ODC) is proving that sustainable is sexy. Founded by model, entrepreneur and activist, Britt Bergmeister and her mom, former model and current Hingham businesswoman Maria Bromley, ODM/ODC was created to bring awareness and opportunity for women to achieve style with ease while protecting our environment.
My meditation A-HA moment came when I discovered that a certain frequency of music helped me to meditate. It was 528hz. As I began to look into the phenomenon of frequencies I grew more excited by the interconnected nature of the universe.