Tag: mindfulness


If you’ve ever had more than a 5-minute conversation with me, you know I appreciate few things more than some good metaphor work; I can talk about how life is like a house, a race, an ocean, a hike, or a recipe for longer than I should be able to. But I have very little Read More

Shutting Up

Stop acting so small. You are the universe in ecstatic motion. Rumi How familiar are you with Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland”? When we take a minute, many of us probably think of Disney’s blonde Alice and her goofy Wonderland entourage or maybe  you’re like me and Carol Channing comes to mind. It’s a classic story Read More

Friday Wrap Up: Too Many LInks Edition - Katie Cashin Therapy

Friday Wrap Up

Here we are again – Friday! I’ve gathered a myriad of links for you all this week and I sure hope you enjoy them as much as I did. If anyone wants to suggest links for our Friday Wrap Up, please shoot me an email! I sure love collecting links through the week, but I am Read More

Quiet Time and the Anxious Mind

This year it feels like school was out for a day or two before Target, WalMart, and other big name stores began rolling the “Back-2-School” ads and I can just imagine the anxiety and despair that kids experience every time they’re reminded that school is “just around the corner.” It hasn’t always been like this, right? I Read More