One of my favorite annual traditions that kind of launches the arrival of spring for me is treating myself to the Orchid Show at New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx. Even if it’s super cold out, or snowing or whatever, the Metro-north train station ($10 round trip from Grand Central) is directly across the street, and the show is inside the gorgeous End A. Haupt Conservatory building, so you cannot even use bad weather as an excuse to not go, unless you are a total pussy. Because, look at this:
A divorce is always a painful event. Breaking up with a partner can push you to start leading a socially active life to take your mind off negative thoughts. In this article, we will explain why this is not the best idea and how best to heal your soul after a divorce. The concept of retreat implies a pastime that allows you to temporarily leave the usual course of life to delve into yourself, into the depths of the subconscious. This is a spiritual practice aimed at self-improvement. If we talk about a retreat after a divorce, we refer to a real, effective tool for spiritual healing. Continue reading Post Divorce Retreat: Is It a Good Idea?