Oh, Venice! Water, water, water :)
One thing I cannot do without in my apartment is my shower! For the obvious reasons, but also for my most important reason: I do my best thinking in the shower! Ideas and thoughts pop into my mind like light bulbs turning on. And the best thing I did to support my creativity was to change my shower head. :)
Yes, our DIY project for today. 1. Find a fabulous shower head. One that can move, swivel, and most of all massage your back with some force! Who doesn't want a live-in massage therapist and who specializes in acupressure! 2. Once you find the one you want (and it doesn't have to be expensive...mine was $35), don't be afraid to ask for help. I needed my strong boyfriend to take off the old (and a good pair of pliers).3. Replacing the new one is then pretty straightforward!
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After all, Einstein did his best thinking near a shower!
Often, I just turn my shower on so I can hear the water fall. Not only do you get a little moisture in the air, but the sound is quite soothing and relaxing. Second plus...a natural waterfall indoors!
Anyway, keep it simple. Find what you can do today to improve your environment to create peace and inspiration. Its the little things that sometimes make the biggest difference. Let me know how it goes! :) Happy Showering! To your health...JLWAC
My way of dealing with my grief from the loss of life was to meditate, say a prayer and release a blue flower in the wind. This blue flower symbolized to me all the angelic children flying home. As I did this I saw them all laughing and playing with one another. I smiled and knew they had each other and they were safe. I went to bed peaceful as a new week begins.
I wake to see this image this morning. I held the blue flower in my hands before I let it fly in the wind. Now I see a big, beautiful, blue butterfly cradled in a pair of hands. Faith is great. Believe in something. Visualization is a powerful tool.
Angels are all around us and if we stop long enough to recognize the signs, we are reminded that everything will be alright. I cherish this photo as it reminds me of sweet life and the preciousness of every day. Fly, Fly Butterfly...
Dr. Jessica Lewis
A Balanced Life