Much of the literature on happiness and habits refers to building routines that work for us and support us every day toward achieving our goals. I like to have a daily routine, especially in the morning. The grounding and centering I achieve through regular routines of meditation and journal writing in the morning seems to … Continue reading On the freedom of breaking streaks
Chop and burn trees Pollute the seven seas Contaminate the air we breathe One day you will finally see That we are natures and earth’s disease And in the end its us who bleeds And will lead to us going extinct. Image courtesy of Pinterest via Self extinction — fauxcroft I felt moved to share this … Continue reading Saturday Share – Self extinction — fauxcroft
In my dance class this Wednesday I started thinking about my life as a song or as a dance. It is an interesting metaphor, and I had to ask these questions: What type of song would it be? --Syncopated, lyrical, dance-worthy, synthesized? In what type of venue would it be played? --Concert call, dive bar, … Continue reading In syncopated time
I re-listened to a podcast this week from the On Being Project, one of the shorter form Becoming Wise editions with Seth Godin. In it, Seth explains: The Icarus Deception points to the historical change in how Western culture both propagated and interpreted the Icarus myth arguing that "we tend to forget that Icarus was also … Continue reading Icarus, are we flying too low?
Play and Rest, She said. You cannot Create With Joy without Play and Rest. *** Happy weekend, everyone. email@example.com
This Saturday I am in Duluth, Minnesota. I have had the ability to drive a bit up the north shore and also explore the south shore more than I have before (actually in Wisconsin, the state where I was born). On Thursday, my body beckoned me for a drive on the south shore. While I … Continue reading Saturday Share – audio goodness