It’s almost too exhausting if you think about it—not to mention ironic—because, in fact, you have gazillions of thoughts running through your head at any one moment. Life is happening fast. If you’reRead More
Last week I wrote you about my effort to tackle big goals by way of small steps. In doing some research on the subject, I stumbled onto the book Mini Habits: Smaller Habits, Bigger Results by Stephen Guise.Read More
I find it comforting to think of humanity (and my place in it) as the smallest unit that connects us all. Everything here is comprised of atoms that mix with the atoms of everything else, which has been herRead More
I’m drinking a cup of coffee right now—a small step toward my goal to consume fewer sugary calories. My beverage of choice for a writing project is often hot chocolate; however, depending on the size ofRead More
It has been a full summer, one for the books as the saying goes. We’ve been caring for our 17-month-old grandson and 6-year-old granddaughter. My husband David, who is a teacher, spent the summerRead More
I remember eating lunch with a family friend once as a kid—this friend happened to be a nun. She ate her meal of cheap potato chips and canned onion soup with extraordinary relish. My mother and I took note thatRead More
I’ve often said it’s the obvious stuff that eludes me.
I say this as if joking, but in fact it amazes me how often my own answers surface out of ideas I’veRead More