How to scale a cliff? Look for the hidden staircase. Works every time.
On Tuesday night I had to move my husband's truck from the driveway to a side street. The townhome complex will be seal-coating our driveway, and they told us they would tow away vehicles still there at 6:30a.m. Hubby is heading home from Wyoming via his fixed motorcycle today, and hopefully will be home by … Continue reading Manual transmission
People have often recommended to me that I must try a bullet journal, if I truly want to keep myself organized. When I watched Ryder Carroll's You Tube video on why and how he created the bullet journal for himself, I definitely felt that "click" in my brain that tells me someone is speaking my … Continue reading Watch the Bullets – an experiment
Y(our) epiphany May appear in a moment Paying attention.
Yesterday I got the news that the Senior Program Manager job I interviewed for was offered to another person. I was initially disappointed, since I saw it as an escape from the present role, which I will leave by August, regardless of what is next. But then my body started feeling light, buoyant and happy … Continue reading Light, buoyancy and relief
I am sitting here watching the sunrise in my favorite chair with my coffee beside me. Sometimes my mind swirls with all I "should" get done today. Then I remember to take some deep breaths and SLOW DOWN. I just finished a re-listen of Tom Sterner's book, The Practicing Mind yesterday. It is about developing … Continue reading Slow vs fast