I just recently got a kitchen/dining room table. This might not seem like a big deal but when you consider we have lived for almost a year without a table, it’s kind of a big deal. Wait that’s not quite the truth, we did have a table, it just wasn’t … Continue reading What’s Your Rush?
Last week I talked to you about the Sun Halo and being Suddenly in Awe, but there was more to the day than what was happening in the sky. Down on the ground, on the luscious castle greens (the photo is of Hatley Castle at Royal Roads University), my artist friend had … Continue reading Start Where You Are!
It was a perfect summer Sunday afternoon, not too hot, not too cold – just right! Our active double date consisted of a thirty km (about 18 mile) bike ride and a picnic on the grounds of Royal Roads University in front of the National Historic site’s majestic Hately Castle. … Continue reading Suddenly in Awe
This eager beaver is Shari, HR Director at a hospital in Louisiana that I was working with and she has something to say – can you tell? She was present for a 2 day workshop I recently did where we discussed empowering leadership and dealing with difficult people and she … Continue reading Raise Your Hand!
Getting out of your own way The best advice I’ve ever received – and I’ve received a lot, has got to be this piece… Get out of your own way. Said to me by my first mentor, the person that encouraged me to be trained as a personal coach when … Continue reading Getting out of your own way
TRAVELING SOLO In a world where we are constantly surrounded by people, pets, noise, clutter, distractions, and excess, today I would like to talk about being alone. I have just come home from being on the road for ten days and although I was speaking to many – I … Continue reading Do you like your own company?
This year I am using Scrabble letters to create a word to focus on for a space of time. I place the word out on my counter so we can see it frequently, then I move it to my Scrabble board. I thought it would be cool to look at … Continue reading Embracing Imperfect Success
The Olympics were killing me. I loved watching the athletes soar through the air, twirl around on the ice (even though I felt nauseous), sweep, shoot, and complete seemingly impossible feats. But… I am a self-diagnosed ‘highly sensitive person’ and I could barely stand the ups and downs of emotions … Continue reading Are You Sensitive?
What is your relationship with time? Good, bad or indifferent? It wouldn’t surprise me at all if the time bandit often has you frustrated at how quickly the hours, days, months and even years seem to disappear, and how difficult it seems to get anything done in the time that … Continue reading What Is Your Relationship With Time?
I recall her being in her early 60’s. Most of the time she was in bed requiring frequent re-positioning to keep her from getting bedsores. She demanded a huge amount of time and attention, much more than anyone else on the unit. She was extremely particular about her care, … Continue reading Mary, Mary Quite Contrary