Posts Tagged by jenny ann fraser
|February 25, 2013||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under Feast..., Learning and Growing|
One thing that I am definitely grateful for these days, is the realization that there are things that are within my control and things that are beyond my control. The fact that it has taken me 43 years to grasp this obvious piece of reality doesn’t bother me at all because it seems that… …continue reading.
|September 2, 2012||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under Feast...|
… you never know what will happen until you actually try! …continue reading.
|August 15, 2011||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under Feast...|
This is a re-post from Aug 4, 2010. It is a favourite of mine, because it marks the beginning of a new chapter in my life. One that I have come to view as very slow and subtle adventure that is my life today. It’s almost two years ago now, since I became the sole name on my apartment… …continue reading.
|July 30, 2010||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under ADHD|
I am truly honored to have been asked to submit a guest post to the lovely blog SOS: Sisterhood of Strength . It is a blog devoted to the artistic expression of girls and women living with mental illness. I wrote my post, THE LIGHT AT THE MIDDLE OF THE TUNNEL, with the hope of… …continue reading.
|July 22, 2010||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under ADHD|
It would make sense by now that some might be wondering what I’ve been up to, since I haven’t posted anything in some time. I’m sort of wondering the same thing. Even though I am impressed with how I’ve been working at keeping my commitment of practising “Presence” and trying my best to remain rooted… …continue reading.
|July 1, 2010||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under Feast...|
You can read Part 1 of Practicing The Power of Now right here: Dealing With Emotions As I have mentioned before, I have ADHD. My head is a mass of swirling, overlapping thoughts that run so quickly, I have to speak or write in order to slow them down to a speed that I can… …continue reading.
|June 29, 2010||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under Feast...|
Living In The Moment “When you are on a journey, it is certainly helpful to know where you are going or at least the general direction in which you are moving, but don’t forget; The only thing that is ultimately real about your journey is the step that you are taking at this moment. That’s… …continue reading.
|June 20, 2010||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under Feast...|
When I was a little girl, I thought that you had to go to school to learn things. Smart people went to school forever and ever and learned lots of things to make them smart. I’m sure that a lot of kids think this is true and I’m sad to say that I suspect that… …continue reading.