My blog is about wellness, well-being, and wholeness, however they show up in our bodies, minds, hearts, and/or spirits (which of course aren’t separate at all), as good share-worthy information appears in my life in various forms, from articles on the latest scientific findings, to spirituality, recipes, poems, book and film reviews, my personal musings, and more.
I started this blog about meditation and my intent and practice of sitting daily in 2010, at the tail end of 2009. Later I began adding posts about other topics related to well-being. I later renamed the blog (from The Zafu Report to The Well: bodymindheartspirit) and gave it a new look as well.
I’m actually making it all up as I go along, sharing what inspires and motivates and informs and expands me with you, the interesting and interested people who find this place on the Internet.
I love blogging and would do (and have done) it for free! I make a small amount of money when you click links in my posts to Amazon.com and then purchase anything. I am so not making money for my time spent operating this blog!
I have run WordAds in the past, until the day I saw an ad for McDonald’s — which with its corporate empire built on low wages and disregard for customers’ health, as well as that of the planet — is about as opposite in values to this blog as possible. I don’t have any control over which WordAds appear, so I have decided to forego displaying any advertising I don’t control.
I love getting comments on my blog posts!
I write in solitude while imagining real people sharing my interest in what I post. To actually get relevant feedback from a real person who connected with something I posted feels very sweet. If you have something interesting to say about a post, please comment. You can click “Like” if you like a post. Comments are moderated and approved if relevant.
All of your commenting, liking, sharing, subscribing, friending, and following expands my network of readers. You let me know that I’m not alone here, that something I’ve written has connected with another human being. I love knowing that I’ve connected in a positive way. It’s meaningful and gratifying. I appreciate you being here.