Tag Archives: joy
I’m fortunate to be of a naturally positive bent. It’s easy, most of the time, to look on the bright side or at least find a silver lining.
It’s May! The sun is shining, flowers are blooming, spring and joy have come to the land. I invite you to reflect on these questions as a way of engaging the joy in your life.
Great Joys in the Last Year Celebrating my 10-year anniversary with my sweetie Marriage equality being legalized in the United States
“Joy” seems intimidating. Being happy, or content, those seem do-able. But joy? That’s a tall order. And yet, I invite you to reach for and embody joy. Here’s some questions to get you started.
I suppose some might call it mischief rather than joy. I got my first buzzcut because all the baby dykes were doing it and I liked the visible difference. In a fairly homophobic highschool, it was a not-so-subtle, “I am … Continue reading
May is the month where I explore Joy. There is something so freeing, so lifting about this time of year. Come contemplate joy with me!
So often, we are told to focus on what our bodies look like, rather than what our bodies are. Our bodies are this incredibly complex mechanism of regenerating tissues, flexing tendons, firing synapses. Our bodies are deep breaths, beating hearts, … Continue reading