sun1.jpg“You virtually guarantee a charmed life when you give yourself as fully to doing the dishes, and tending to the other miscellanea of living, as to some grand adventure. You can count on the dishes. They’ll be there alongside the grand adventures, and if no adventure is immediately forthcoming, the dishes won’t let you down. Try some conscious dishwashing. Release all judgment. Just be with the process and with every plate and fork and measuring cup until the task is through. In a charmed life, the best thing going is what is happening now, even when it’s scouring a skillet.”

Victoria Moran, from our new gallery, which is from her new book, Living a Charmed Life. Check out more charmed life tips here

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