HBR article "In Praise of Extreme Moderation" spoke to me this morning. This is an article that will resonate with every one of us regardless of where we fall; moderate or extreme. It calls out the new norm of practicing extremism in all that we do. It calls out the “new” need to do everything... Continue Reading →
Dress Rehearsal to 50 with only six months more to practice before my debut!
Don’t see it, don’t hear it, don’t speak it...it is what you know...just be. Time to stop the guesswork Run don’t run, eat don’t eat, work don’t work, sit don’t sit...it’s insanity! Everything we are supposed to do, we aren’t. Everyone we are supposed to be, we shouldn’t. Where is the line and who decides... Continue Reading →
Where have you been? Drowning in overwhelmed.
Overwhelmed without a plan to decide everything! Here is how I am overcoming “overwhelmed”. Wow, I pulled up this my treasured blog and realizing that it has been two months since I wrote anything and then realized that the final blog post was on my mom’s anniversary of her passing, more than two months ago.... Continue Reading →
Seeking Normal – Day 26
Day 26 prompt: How do you change your normal? Experiences? Role Models? Do you want to change it? Do you need to?How can you know these will change your normal for the better?Was there a time you sought or made a change that you realized was NOT for the better? My answer: I change my... Continue Reading →
I don’t want to…
This is the latest statement that I hear myself saying more often than not. Let's explore my laundry list of all of the things "I don't want to..." lately: Get up at 5:00 am; this is the golden hour as no one else is up so it is the perfect time to exercise, write, catch-up... Continue Reading →
How bad do you want it?
I just had the pleasure of finishing David Goggins book, Can't Hurt Me. This mans journey is one I won't ever forget and will likely follow from this day forward. David's journey while unconventional will make you question your own intentions and the efforts behind them. There were so many quotable quotes throughout this book... Continue Reading →