https://reneetrudeau.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/photo-1505820013142-f86a3439c5b2-e1561410009671.jpeg 400 600 Misty Albert https://reneetrudeau.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/renee_trudeau_logo_tagline.png Misty Albert2019-06-24 15:02:442019-09-05 21:14:00Why it’s important to do it different
This morning as I prepared to head out to my usual morning yoga class, I remembered hearing about a beginner modern dance class that had peaked my interest. I'm an avid yogi and Nia fan but I haven't done any type of dance in decades. But, spurred…
https://reneetrudeau.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/sage-friedman-608071-unsplash-e1543267881147.jpg 400 600 Misty Albert https://reneetrudeau.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/renee_trudeau_logo_tagline.png Misty Albert2019-06-17 12:34:072019-06-17 12:34:07Meditation could be your sanity saver
I feel edgy. And unsettled. And a bit anxious. Between navigating some unexpected bumpiness over the past few weeks, getting over a cold and dealing with my always-pushing-the-boundaries teen, I'm not feeling too grounded. So rather than slide…
https://reneetrudeau.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/7-ways-to-have-a-more-mindful-vacation-1040.jpeg 683 1024 renee https://reneetrudeau.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/renee_trudeau_logo_tagline.png renee2019-06-10 13:25:372019-06-24 12:13:197 ways to have a more mindful vacation
I was visiting with a good friend last week who was feeling exhausted, frustrated and saddened that her recent family vacation was not what she had intended. "We crammed too much in, checked our work email too often and didn't build in enough downtime. I don't feel like we really got to connect as a family or take full advantage of our magical surroundings," she shared.
https://reneetrudeau.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Are-you-having-a-growth-spurt-1040-e1585001715251.jpeg 397 600 renee https://reneetrudeau.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/renee_trudeau_logo_tagline.png renee2019-06-03 13:24:272019-12-18 15:52:19Are you having a growth spurt?
Recently I watched the Ant-Man and the Wasp movie with my husband and son (always a huge feat to find something the three of us will like!). The primary antagonist, Ava Starr can phase through solid matter as a result of a childhood accident involving radiation from the “Quantum Realm” that caused her individual cells to constantly separate and reunite. She repeatedly phases in and out of reality, a condition that causes her constant, excruciating pain.