The Heart of Your Emotions
Published in American Heart Month, pg. 6; February 2020
Life hack: Transform Depression into Joy
Remapping Depression: Transforming Soul Loss into Joy
Published in Healthy Living, pgs. 3, 5, & 11; Fall 2019
Becoming Present to Beauty
Published in Peninsula Families Today, pgs. 14 & 15; April 2019
Vulnerability and the Heart of Resilience
Published in American Heart Month, pg. 4; February 2019
Dive Into the Lessons of Winter with Your Family
Published in Peninsula Families Today, pgs. 6 & 7; January 2019
Simple Autumn Harvest Practice to Remember Your Wild & Wise Self
Published in Peninsula Families Today, pg.14; October 2018
Powering Through the Summer Ritual of Procrastination
Published in Peninsula Families Today, pg. 6; July 2018
Transforming Sadness for a Healthier Heart
Published in American Heart Month, pg. 2; February 7th, 2018
Get Nature’s Benefits Close to Home
Published in Peninsula Families Today, pg. 11; July 2017
“Mending Psychological Trauma through Art and Nature”, February 13th, 2018
From the series “Compassionate Community Conversation on Suicide,” December 1st, 2017
A Challenge for the New Year –or any old time.
By Diane Urbani De La Paz
“I’M EXCITED FOR 2019,” Kristin told me. In my fatigued state, I want some of that.
Kristin Halberg of the Dream Hatchery (TheDreamHatchery.com) first got my attention a month ago with her free Kindness Challenge.
It was a daily nudge, delivered via email, to try something new. For me, the KC addressed big stuff: loneliness, negative self-talk, the quest for inspiration.