Tag: personal development
Published on July 19, 2015
Battered but Not Broken
Who wants to spend a Saturday night watching a play about domestic violence? Ugh. Depressing. Not even me, and I’m working on a project about it. But see, that’s where I got trapped. “Skins I […]
Published on September 23, 2014
Slogging Through the Mundane
It’s a whole lot easier when we are excited, inspired, raring to go. We feel braver, more creative, ready to take on the world. The Universe feels like it is in sync with our great visions. Serendipity is everywhere.
parched lands But it is a whole lot harder when it’s not. When it feels like it’s all dried up. When nothing feels inspired or worthwhile. The writing feels forced, the relationships false, and the big question comes up ‘what on earth am I doing here?’ to which there is only the echo of our words.
Published on June 27, 2013
Turtle on a Rock (or ) Who Needs Multi-Tasking?!
I am questioning when it became such a great skill to be able to multi-task. Maybe it is my age showing. Or maybe it’s just plain scary to watch a bike rider texting on their […]
Published on June 22, 2013
Navigating Change (The ‘In-Between’ Place)
Today I am hoisting my anchor, raising my sail, and setting off to lands unknown. Trusting that I will be able to navigate my way thru this ‘in-between place.’ The ‘in-between’ place is the place […]