On Thursday I met a colleague for coffee who I have not seen in a while. We have traveled together in Colombia and Chile, and she has been a trusted confidante. She was eager to hear about my next gig. I have been refining my "elevator speech" for my network in the company that are … Continue reading The elevator speech
When you start your work day or your work week, do you ever ask yourself: What makes the most sense? It may be a good way to clarify your objective in any given moment or hour of the day. Do you ever consider what time of the day you work best? (I am going to … Continue reading What makes the most sense?
Last week I wrote about this topic and there was some interest in a further exploration. I think it is appropriate to post about this on a holiday (at least for those in the U.S.) because that is often a time when we can feel pressure to eat or drink, at parties or social events. … Continue reading Wellness Wednesday – food & social pressure (part 2)
Hello Reader Peeps! It is Saturday and time to share a blog that I have enjoyed and perhaps you may as well. This week's blog is called Inspire Someone Today by W A E L. The posts are short but sweet and always uplifting. Put some good energy in your Inbox and start your day … Continue reading Saturday Share
On Monday night, hubby and I opted out of a wet, windy camping experience and booked a B&B in De Smet, South Dakota. Sunday night we’d spent the night in an AirBnB basement that was basically a retirement community (9 units) on the main floor. It was better than a wet camp site, for sure. … Continue reading Wellness Wednesday – on attitude
Is it possible? To meditate on the Bike? Yes, indeed it is. *** Notice your Body. Notice your Breath and your Thoughts. Be here right now. Yes. *** email@example.com
Today I will head home from my work visit to Mexico City. It is good time to write out some of my travel mantras, as reminders to myself to enjoy the journey. That's the first one, actually: Enjoy the journey. Here's another one I like: Remember, everyone is fighting their own battles. There are struggles … Continue reading Travel mantras
Yesterday I made an exception to my usual no alcohol rule and had a "Pink Killer" Belgian beer which had grapefruit juice and a lovely fruity finish. It was on the lighter side in terms of alcohol content, and I enjoyed it. This was during a walk around the historic downtown area with two colleagues, … Continue reading When in Belgium