Has your brain ever delivered you a clear lesson from a dream? I was having a particularly vivid dream involving my favorite high school teacher. (It’s interesting what bizarre topics my brain thought he’d be quizzing us on; there was an extra credit history trivia question that was a nonsense combination of real world events).… Continue reading Subconsciously happy
We all know that 2020 made it challenging to find moments of joy -- the pandemic, the economic crisis, civil unrest, not to mention family health issues. But just as we all found ways to adapt, we found joy when we looked for it. Since it's so easy to forget about the good things that… Continue reading Holiday greetings for 2020
There's a light at the end of the tunnel, and it's not from the dumpster fire that is 2020. Possible new favorite ornament to commemorate the year In a year full of stressors — the pandemic, the economic crisis, civil unrest, political upheaval, and health issues affecting those close to us — we can see… Continue reading Hope, again
What's better on a Sunday morning than a good-paced walk outside in the fall? The joy of a Sunday morning walk is in that calmness, that openness to possibility, that unstable equilibrium between the past and future.
You've been working on it for weeks, maybe months. Planning, coordinating, communicating, cajoling, cat-herding... whatever it takes. And finally, the day comes when you are ready to launch. Maybe it's a big project that's consumed multiple months for you and your coworkers. Or an event, like a music festival or birthday party or tradeshow booth,… Continue reading Launches