How many times a day are you thinking or saying out loud, “I don’t have enough time!”? If you’re like me, the answer is, “A lot.” That’s why I’m taking on a 100-day Time Treasure Hunt Challenge to make time for what I REALLY want to be doing.
For the last month or so, I’ve been caught up with questions about my life. Maybe this comes from recent…
Prologue: I wrote this for a reading at my writer’s group to discuss where I am as a writer. WARNING:…
How does one get unstuck? You know, that kind of stuck where you can’t seem to carve out enough time (or what you believe is enough time) to do a decent job at something so you do nothing.
Every time I draw myself back into where I am, what I’m doing, and who I am right now, I feel more alive. And I’m pretty sure a person functions better when they are awake and aware than when they are tossing in their sleep.
I’ve been trying to remember what it was like to be a kid — to remember what I played at and imagined and loved. I want to see if the things I started out loving provide clues to how to bring those playful feelings (free, light, uninhibited, unworried about outcome, adaptable, unrestricted) back into my way too serious life.