Real Talk About Love & COVID

My family went down with COVID. I’m so grateful that we’re all healthy enough to have weathered the infection and got through it together. But I can’t pretend it was a walk in the park. Though everyone’s experience of symptoms seems to be different, it’s not like getting the sniffles. And no matter how many…

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Why Adults are Bad Learners

For those of us with a “grown up” day job, it’s easy to feel like our exploratory years are behind us. At least while we’re in the middle of the 9-5 routine, taking time out to learn something new — just for the pleasure of it — sounds like a luxury. We may even be…

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Stop Waiting to Celebrate

At the end of February there’s an unofficial holiday called “Open That Bottle Night.” On the last Saturday in February, it prompts you to take out that bottle of wine you’ve been saving and enjoy it. No more excuses, no more waiting. Celebrate NOW, not later. I think we put a lot of things off.…

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Election Recovery: 3 Things To Do

Here in the US, it’s voting day. But no. This is not a last-ditch effort on my part to encourage you to vote one way or another. I’m thinking about how we need to greet tomorrow. It really seems like this election season has been somehow even more exhausting than usual. True, high-stress times and…

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The $500 Hairdryer

My friend Mandy told me about this super amazing hairdryer. (Hang in there guys…this isn’t a girly post, I promise.) See, Mandy told me all about it because she loves this hairdryer and loves the way it makes her (and her hair) look and feel! And, who doesn’t want to feel amazing, right? My friend…

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3 Keys for Partnering Busy People

If we’re going to succeed, we need to partner. And to partner with the best, we need to learn how to partner with busy people. After all, it’s often those “busy people” who are getting things done, are highly connected, or well-resourced to help us succeed. Why Busy People are Busy When thinking about partnering with…

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