3 Lessons Learned from a hobby Orchidist.
Advice & Confessions
If what mom said is true, maybe as we grow, we are smart enough to realize that we simply don’t know it all. Nor should we.
There’s no more apt description than saint Augustines’ suggestion that resentment is: ‘like drinking poison and waiting for the other person to die.’
Reflections on mid-life and the opportunity it presents.
Are We There Yet?
“Laughter is carbonated holiness,” says Anne Lamott.
Change your point of view about money
Do you know a man in crisis? Is that man you? Get help today.
The little things are important.
Why don’t people think before they engage in making racial comments?
I felt judged because I judged others. No other reason.
How has our society created rifts within us (and between us) that get in the way of fulfilling relationships?
Research shows that on average, it takes 66 days to form a new habit.
I can walk into a room and I pick up on everything. If the energy is light and upbeat, if someone’s upset, or if they’re just having a bad day. I pick up on everything.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a novice or a rookie—when panic attacks, all rationale goes out the window.
Everything seems so brown and monochromatic, I start to feel like I’m living in a black and white photo.