I’m no gardener. I’m from the city. “Gardening” when I grew up consisted of watering my grandmother’s plants – indoors. So when I moved away from the city and bought my first home, I tried my hand at gardening. A few cucumbers and melons later, I thought I was an expert. Each year the ground… Continue reading Something You’ve Planted
Who is responsible for what you do with your time? Who is accountable for what you accomplish with your 24 hours? It would be tempting to attribute that responsibility to your children, your spouse, your boss or all the people you've obligated yourself to. But the fact of the matter is, it's up to you.… Continue reading Your Day, Your Time
Do you know and do what works for you? Have you had success or experienced the high of achieving a goal? If so, did you follow that blueprint in future endeavors? Or are you one of those people that seems to abandon what worked in hopes of achieving your subsequent goals by some stroke of… Continue reading Doing What Works For You – Part 1
One of the exercises that has helped me tremendously is casting my vision – getting an idea of where I want to be, what I want to be doing and how I want to live. The first time I tried it, the vision was foggy. It was vague and, although I was the only one… Continue reading Cast Your Vision
Why does my dream always get the end of my day? The last of my energy? The residue of my alertness and attention? Why does my talent wait until last...especially when I know I could have given it more time earlier in the day? Is this how dreams die? Not because there was something wrong… Continue reading The End of My Day
So...I'm having one of those days when I think, "there MUST be more to life than this". And I'm giving myself the stank face. There's got to be more than watching this freaking computer screen from morning 'til evening in this miserable little home office that I absolutely adored a year ago. I want to punch… Continue reading there. must. be. more.