What If Wednesday – What if…we create space?

What If Wednesday – What if…we create space?

I have discovered that my congenital lateness never had to do with traffic or other people. I manage to be late to meetings when all I have to do is sit in the same spot and change the zoom link. It has to do with me packing too much into every minute of the day.  I...
What If Wednesday – What if…you just say no?

What If Wednesday – What if…you just say no?

Really. Yes, I know we resist it. We over commit. We say yes to things we don’t want to do. We drag our feet when we are afraid that we are going to disappoint someone. But I have a secret. It doesn’t get easier over time. The longer you wait, the more you...
What If Wednesday – What if….This is it?

What If Wednesday – What if….This is it?

It’s been more than 90 days since quarantine started. Places are opening up. The virus is still with us and increasing in half the country, while many are fighting for racial and social justice. We have made it this far and have a long way to go. For the foreseeable...
What If Wednesday – What if ….we stop waiting?

What If Wednesday – What if ….we stop waiting?

I think a lot of us use waiting as a form of procrastination. I’ll do it when it stops raining. I’ll do it when quarantine ends. I’ll do it when I retire. I’ll do it when the kids are older. All that waiting is actually about postponing the decision. Then we can say...
3 Tips Thursday  – What do you want?

3 Tips Thursday – What do you want?

It’s only week two. Some of you are doing great on your resolutions. Others have already thrown them away. Or didn’t set them. Or worst of all, low-balled them. Set easily obtainable goals. Here’s the problem. Yup, you’ll likely get to succeed. And for some of you...
3 Tips Thursday  – Expectations

3 Tips Thursday – Expectations

The holidays come with so many expectations. Expectations of gifts, and food and most unpredictable, of people. Some of us have families and workplaces that fit the cultural expectations or at least pieces of them. But most of us don’t really.  Over the years I have...