Day 56: Creative Habits can also be good for gaining a cloak of invisibility and allowing oneself (me) to listen in on the conversations of young adults (my children without… Read more Quick Fix →
Day 31: One month of creative habits is in the books. I’ve spent the last 31 days incorporating a creative practice into my day, along with blogging about how that routine… Read more One Month More Creative →
Day 27: I’m a painting newbie. I’ve written before how I was inspired by a local art exhibit to try my hand at painting with acrylics but the last time… Read more Color me clueless… →
Day 12: Tuesdays are Psyanky days. I’m able to easily concentrate on my creative work and in turn enjoy some good insights. When I was little I had an active… Read more Pysanky and Johnny Carson →
I write/communicate for a living. Currently I’m part of an innovation team. My job is making the often very technical test case information easy to grasp and memorable. Its day… Read more Give Me My Routines →
Well…I tried to reach my steps goal today. I didn’t make it but was decidedly closer than yesterday. What I realized while on my walk throughout the neighborhood was that I don’t look up enough. Today the sky was gorgeous – not a cloud in the sky. My husband tells me I’m developing a slouch from working at my computer. And like so many, I’m guilty of constantly checking my phone for updates. I’m going to try stand taller, look up more often – use my Microsoft Band to keep… Read more Day 98 (Counting Down 100 Days to My 50th Birthday) →
The Your Turn Challenge Blog came about at a great time. I’ve stopped and started my personal blog a dozen times over the last two years. Two years mark the point at which I stopped working for myself and began a different career course. I can’t say I wasn’t warned. The week before I was offered the position, my boss’ boss straightforwardly told me that the new job would take all my attention. It certainly did, at least for the first year but then I became jealous of the time… Read more Your Turn Challenge →
It’s not uncommon when I wake up for my brain to be playing a selection from my mental playlist. This morning it was the 1975 Little River Band song It’s A Long Way There. “It’s a long way to where I’m going…” is one of the lines that I kept hearing over and over. That pretty much sums up my weekly commute, personal ambitions and to-do list for the day. Seriously thankful the tune has incredible harmonies.