Thriving, Not Just Surviving: A Guide to Life After Chronic Illness Diagnosis

Learning that you have an incurable illness or enduring medical condition can leave you feeling emotionally disoriented and full of questions. However, you have the agency to take actions that can greatly contribute to your overall well-being and day-to-day happiness. This article from Studio 108 outlines a roadmap that can support you as you come […]


The most common difficulty people face when trying to start a meditation practice is that it’s really hard to “stop thinking”. Lots of people give up because they assume meditation is not for them or that they are not “good at it” (ah… the grown ups’ habit of always having to be good at things!). […]

Different paths, same journey

By Mary Moscarello Last Sunday I headed to church, like I typically do. A member of the St. Philip the Apostle Church’s Adult Choir for several years now, I attend mass from the soprano section in the choir loft – accompanied by a massive pipe organ – during the 10 am service. Locals to Clifton, […]