Self-Care Senorita Blog — Meditation

Family Friendly Activities for Self-Care

Posted by Victoria Snyder on

Unless you live in the tropics, and it is warm year around, finding activities to satisfy our little ones during the winter months can be rather difficult.  Add Covid and social distancing, mask wearing and general concern, and it's a whole additional layer of issues to factor in.  We know your pain and we are sharing our tips for family-friendly self-care activities for the whole family.   1. Yoga and Meditation for the Family.  One of the best activities you can do indoors and at home for your littles is beginning a mindfulness activity.  Meditation and yoga are both wonderful mindful...

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Midnight Musings

Posted by Victoria Snyder on

Twenty-Four hours ago, my head was in my hands as I was sobbing and crying, body shaking and all the worry anxiety, and panic that I felt was at a level that I felt was more than I could handle. My hands were wet with tears, my face cramping from the incessant crying. My mother came over and held me and she said being a single mom is so hard. I felt her love and I felt her tenderness as all the anxiety and fear I had started to fade, slowly. I felt at ease because I knew her words...

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Angels We Have Heard On High

Posted by Victoria Snyder on

I have always loved the Christmas hymn, Angels We Have Heard On High. In my church, with our beautiful choir, and vaulted ceilings, the song echoes through and reverberates with a sound that is so powerful. When we sing it, I feel most close to God and his hand on me. As I enjoy the holidays with family, and even though it’s different and a bit weird this year, I am still grateful for everything I have, and those who love me. A weird thing happened with the pandemic this year: our worries shifted, and our priorities changed. I always...

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Midnight Moon Musings

Posted by Victoria Snyder on

If you suffer from anxiety, or depression, or worry —- just know you aren’t alone and you aren’t strange or broken. If you’re a single mom, I see you — and the weight of the world you hold on your shoulders. If you’re a caregiver and worn down, there will be a reprieve, and the guilt you feel for wanting to reclaim your time is valid. If you feel tired, worn, hopeless, just know, like the moon a new cycle of possibilities is opening up for you.

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