The Psychology of Color

Seeing the world morph from black/white/grey to color is like an epiphany, a new vibrancy for life. The rainbow after a monotone storm is a beacon of hope. The darkest most northern locations on Earth are graced with Aurora Borealis, the streams of color dancing across the sky. I believe color psychology has something toContinue reading “The Psychology of Color”

12 Ways to Flow With Your Moods

Moods can feel intense and shift with the wind. They have affected my day, my decisions, and the people around me. In efforts to manage them or perceive myself as having some control over them, I have tried one or more of these 12 ideas at a time to either prevent or stabilize seemingly dramaticContinue reading “12 Ways to Flow With Your Moods”

Meeting All of Your Needs

Ensuring that our needs are met may seem like a natural, fundamental practice humans (or all beings, really) do for both quality of life and survival. When I think of needs, I think of Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy that presents human motivation. Starting at the bottom, if we meet certain needs, we are better equipped toContinue reading “Meeting All of Your Needs”